Qphoria wrote:Comments or Questions?
Good move, Q!
Please check the http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/
- it may be useful at this moment.
You and Daniel also don't use referencing commits to issue numbers. Please try to include words like "re #123 something useful" ("re" means "related" to issue #123) or "fixed #827 Ireland postcode asterix showing when postcode not mandatory" - and issue tracker will be more connected with commits and vice versa. The effect is more visible when several commits linked to one issue.
BTW, branching with Git is much more easy than with SVN. Very easy, very fast: `git checkout -b v152-new-feature` - and you on new branch already. Less than a second. With SVN you will wait 1-2 minutes (or dozens of seconds at least).
And no need to be online for branching, merging, commenting, commiting, looking history.
I had used SVN for 5-8 years and switching to Git was the best thing I had made past year.
So I hope someday you will migrate back to https://github.com/opencart/opencart
On Github you can have lots of feature-branches from other people to be easy forked and proposed back to you (via pull request) without losing control and without need to enable someone to commit into your repo
. For example see "How-to Guide" section on https://github.com/EllisLab/CodeIgniter