On 17 February 2014 21:07, Tomasz Rybak <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
It seems, although I still have troubles believing it ;-), that
my branch gce from https://github.com/rybaktomasz/bootstrap-vz.git
contains code which is able to build working GCE images. Yay!
The code is still messy; I have not ported cleanup scripts,
apt preferences setting, image registration and upload,
and left some commented out lines. But it works.
I'm wondering what to do now; should I create pull request
for such an ugly code which would allow for others to contribute?
Or try to clean up the code and then create pull request?
I would like to avoid managing pull requests to my branch
as I do not know code well enough to deal with it.
Tomasz Rybak GPG/PGP key ID: 2AD5 9860
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Nice job Tomasz!I created a branch for you. Just create a PR that targets that branch.Once we think the code is ready for release we just merge it into master.If need be, you can also rebase stuff. As a rule I only keep the mainline as is, development stuff etc. can always change history in my book.Anders