[Nut-upsdev] updating the NUT website

Arnaud Quette aquette.dev at gmail.com
Tue Jun 7 14:21:29 UTC 2016

Hi folks,

Dan is right, and this approach is the best for us to minimize the overhead.
There may however be some points of improvement to give the right
visibility to users, and avoid the confusion of "things being visible on
the website though not yet published as a release".
not much details from my side on this for now, though...


2016-06-07 0:50 GMT+02:00 hyouko at gmail.com <hyouko at gmail.com>:

> hmm..
> In my opinion, since we try to keep the master branch of our main git
> repo (nut) always up-to-date (i.e. we don't do development in a
> separate branch and only merge it back into master when readying a new
> release) and in a working condition, we should not keep the website
> frozen between releases, we should, instead, fetch and publish updates
> when needed: the website will then reflect the status of our
> officially official (albeit not yet part of a set-in-stone release)
> code -- if anyone wants a snapshot of the website at the time of a
> given release, they it can be built from tags.
> (..and, being the personification of laziness, I'd rather prefer to
> avoid any possible conflict that a separate branch could generate when
> merged back into master)
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