nginx git repository
grzegorz.nosek at gmail.com
Thu Mar 20 10:39:49 MSK 2008
On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 06:46:16AM +0100, Glenn Rempe wrote:
> Hi Grzegorz,
> It would be great if you could setup a copy of your repo that you push
> your changes to at GitHub.com. There are several repositories there
> that are trying to track your project but none of them are up to date (I
> guess they are doing it manually).
Oh, I'm that famous already? ;) My repo is cloneable btw so you don't
need to apply commit diffs by hand.
> If you could push your changes there, in addition to your main repo that
> drives your gitweb, it would be awesome since others can then simply
> fork off of your repo and track you changes or contribute to you more
No problem at all. However, I'll probably drop the fair balancer from my
nginx tree and distribute it as a separate repo, as soon as I manage to
do it without losing all the commit history (and find the time of course).
> I can give you an invite to GitHub if you need one.
That means I probably need one.
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