Call me OCD, you might be close, but I don't care. I get annoyed by temp branches ending up in clones. My master and dev are just the past and future of the firmware depending on your perspective. Anything else is likely to get changed/rebased/replaced/removed. If I push them to my main repo, and someone clicks "fork" they end up with a copy of them, and likely never remove it. Those commits are just distracting in the "network" view and (possibly low quality) duplicates of final versions found in master and/or dev.
So I'm doing an audit of other peoples github forks to see what should be removed:
- AndrewGauger: even.teeth.edge.fix (master could do with a rename too)
- malcom2073: even.teeth.edge.fix (master could do with a rename too)
- johnsop1: release (master could do with a rename too)
- Preston: (master could do with a rename)
- DeuceEFI: (DeuceCoupe and S10 could do with renames, you're using the build server/HEAD, right?)
- evortriede: (master could do with a rename)
- simeonveldstra: (dev could do with a rename or delete if you're happy with the commit that replaced it)
Matthijs309: cross.compile.test.example, even.teeth.edge.fix (master could do with a rename too) toxicgumbo: PetersSpecialJBranch, DeuceCoupeIATandMATpotBuild, DeuceCoupeTempBranch, DeuceCoupeTempTimingHooray, DeuceCoupeTestShortDwell
If you don't know how to delete branches, or can't be bothered, and if you trust me, you can add me to your repo and I can clean it up for you.
I've created a new repo here that you should NOT fork from which I'll push temp branches to as required:https://github.com/fredcooke/freeems-temp
Get this by running this command:
git remote add shared.branches https://github.com/fredcooke/freeems-temp.git
git fetch shared.branches
And then whatever else I tell you to do while working with you.
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