[jsword-devel] Jira and Git

Matěj Cepl mcepl at redhat.com
Mon Mar 17 05:16:12 MST 2014

On Mon, 2014-03-17 at 22:49 +1100, Jonathan Morgan wrote:
> Just on branch naming, my personal experience is it's counter-productive to
> use a JIRA issue number as the branch name, because it has no intrinsic
> meaning.
> At work we have a lot of people who use the issue number, and have to
> juggle between branches CR-12345, CR-72938, and CR-12453.  The name doesn't
> give any intent: you have to look up the issue to find what it means.
> Personally, I would much prefer to have branches like av11n and
> VerseKeyRefactor (no matter how arbitrarily named) that mean something to
> me.  Usually they don't have to mean anything to anyone else.

Perhaps a combination of both? av11n-12345 ?


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