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SubjectRe: [RFC] Virtualization steps
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On Tue, 2006-03-28 at 12:51 +0400, Kirill Korotaev wrote:
> we will create a separate branch also called -acked, where patches
> agreed upon will go.

No need. Just use Acked-By: comments.

Also, can I give some more feedback on the way you publish your patches:

1. git's replication uses the notion of a forward-only commit list.
So, if you change patches or rebase them then you have to rewind
the base point - which in pure git terms means create a new head.
So, you should use the convention of putting some identifier - a
date, or a version number - in each head.

2. Why do you have a seperate repository for your normal openvz and the
-ms trees? You can just you different heads.

3. Apache was doing something weird to the HEAD symlink in your
repository. (mind you, if you adopt notion 1., this becomes
irrelevant :-))

Otherwise, it's a great thing to see your patches published via git!

I can't recommend Stacked Git more highly for performing the 'winding'
of the patch stack necessary for revising patches. Google for "stgit".

Sam.

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