Re: Debian-friendly upstream best practices?
On 03/28/2012 05:25 PM, Daniel Pocock wrote:
> - is it reasonable for the upstream repo to have a Debian branch,
> inverting the normal use-case of git-buildpackage? e.g gbp.conf:
> upstream-branch=master (not upstream)
> debian-branch=debian (not master)
> or possibly:
If you are willing to maintain the packages, then probably, you will
want to have also branches for testing and stable. Which is why I use:
- etc. (for backports and friends too...)
Also, I don't think that "master" is an indication of any sort.
I often try to avoid it if possible.
Just my 2 cents of advice...