Re: git-migration: Changes to 'master'
> > URL: ssh://git.debian.org/git/pkg-xorg/$debian.git
> > -Pull: refs/heads/master:refs/heads/master-origin
> > +Push: refs/heads/master:refs/heads/debian-unstable
> > +Push: refs/heads/upstream-master:refs/heads/upstream-master
> Why did you use 'upstream-master'? I probably was unclear in what I wrote
> down, looking back on the draft. What I had in mind was
> 'upstream-unstable', 'upstream-experimental', etc. I'm not certain that
> this is the best way to divide up the branches though. Do you think having
> 'upstream-master' is a better way of handling things?
The way I understood it, we wanted our copies of the upstream branches
to keep their own upstream names verbatim but with an "upstream-"
prefixed to avert name clashes. Otherwise it would get really
confusing figuring out which of our "upstream-" branches corresponds to
which actual branch upstream.
On a different note, if we're forgoing a "master" branch in favour of
debian-unstable, then when I run git clone, which branch will present
by default, will it be debian-unstable?