[Infrastructure] Numerous Branches in cabforum GitHub

Dimitris Zacharopoulos (HARICA) dzacharo at harica.gr
Wed Feb 12 10:22:33 MST 2020

Yeah, the frozen repository might work for the existing branches. I'd be 
curious to test it :)


On 2020-02-12 7:12 μ.μ., Ryan Sleevi wrote:
> Right, that was what I was proposing in 
> https://cabforum.org/pipermail/infrastructure/2020-February/000152.html
> Dimitris raised some concerns, such as around links, and so I wanted 
> to make sure to fully address and understand the concerns, with the 
> goal being that, once we've got that settled, we've got a clear path 
> to delete all the branches, and that any branches introduced in the 
> future are only temporary (until they're merged)
> On Wed, Feb 12, 2020 at 12:10 PM Ben Wilson <benwilsonusa at gmail.com 
> <mailto:benwilsonusa at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     One thing I didn't raise on the call, but maybe we ought to
>     resolve is the numerous branches that have been created over time.
>     I think Ryan was suggesting that those could be archived (sorry I
>     couldn't follow all that was said about archiving), but can the
>     branches just be deleted?  I recall that after a branch has been
>     merged with Master, a message pops up saying you can now delete
>     the branch.  I was always hesitant to do that because I was
>     worried about losing a record of what was done, but isn't that
>     information stored in Github somewhere else, like in the pull
>     request or something? (I think that some of the branches were just
>     used as sandboxes until I figured out how to fork branches under
>     my own github account.)
>     Thanks,
>     Ben
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