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by sskras ⌂, Lithuania, Friday, April 28, 2023, 06:04 (223 days ago) @ g
edited by sskras, Friday, April 28, 2023, 07:01

Sorry, I'm not very familiar with the github and gitlab platforms, so I have no idea if there is any obvious benefit other than hosting by using them.


This (Git) would allow us to:


(1) acknowledge requirements and flow (the logic) of the build process;
(2) suggest the changes needed by us in direct shape; [*]
(3) track the changes historically to better get ideas of yours; [**]
(4) do a regression testing (in case they occur);
(5) finally, build the .iso image by ourselves.


https://shotlefttodatascience.com/2018/08/03/git-cheatsheet/
IOW, that would allow the project to have its' history! :)


Here I referred to going the minimum-git way.


Of course, you could go with more Git features like branches (and the slogan "branch early, branch often"):

https://the-turing-way.netlify.app/reproducible-research/vcs/vcs-git-branches.html

But personally I like to have a minimum of branches and the linear history. Otherwise I tend to never finish working on that lot of ideas.


[*] It would be your right to reject them. :)

[**] Yours as the project leader/maintainer.


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