1. 24 Aug, 2015 1 commit
  2. 17 Mar, 2015 1 commit
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      Changes to "Undo" graphic: add credits, add license, clean export · 2db982db
      Git for Teams authored
      - Adding authorship to myself (@emmajane)
      - Adding credit to @jameyhicks for the addition of git stash
      - Adding a CC-BY license
      - Adjusted the formatting contributed by jameyhicks so the
        words didn't touch the edges of the diamond
      - Exported a clean PNG file without the extra artefact in the
        top left corner (export "group" instead of export "all").
      2db982db
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  11. 29 Jun, 2014 1 commit
    • Emma Jane's avatar
      Added patching work flow back to the deck. · e095bef3
      Emma Jane authored
      After writing down my thoughts about the evolution of how we use Git
      on open source projects
      (http://developerworkflow.com/resources/evolution-social-coding.html)
      I realized that the patch work flow was actually interesting and
      relevant in the modern context. Although it's 'archaic' by today's
      standards, it's actually how the git tools are designed to work. The
      social coding tools we use today are NOT optimized for the patching
      work flow, and as a result it makes parts of Git more difficult to
      use with other permission strategies. Knowing the historical
      context, I think, helps to explain why rebasing can be really
      important to use.
      e095bef3
  12. 28 Jun, 2014 1 commit
  13. 26 Jun, 2014 2 commits
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      Added activities for half day workshop. · d970210c
      Emma Jane authored
      * Diagrams re-incorporated from DrupalCon Prague session (and previous Bazaar presentations).
      * Extended the deck with activities; based on DrupalCon Prague session.
      * Updated diagrams for Star Wars and Whispering Pines workflow to show difference in live server.
      * Separated the workshop into three distinct parts: Project Hosting, Branching Strategies, Documentation.
      * Added warm-up exercise section for code timeline activity.
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