ceki at qos.ch
Sun Aug 23 19:12:41 CEST 2009
Have you cloned from github or from http://git.qos.ch/logback/? If the former,
you could just fork the repo and your version will be readable by everyone. If
you are using the latter, you could push your changes to a new repo located at
github. However, to push your changes on github, would need to have a network
connection which allows the git protocol (port 9418).
One nice feature of git is that all commit are done locally. So you could work
for a long while and push your changes on github from a location allowing the
git protocol, e.g. presumably from your home.
An alternative is to create a patch file and send it via email or include it in
a jira isssue.
Assuming you carry your laptop to your home and to work, and that you can setup
your firewall at home to allow connections to github:
1) fork https://github.com/ceki/logback/tree in your own repo hosted at github
2) clone your repo on your laptop
3) work, work, work, commit (locally), work, work, commit, work, work, work and
4) when you are home, push your local repo *to* your repo hosted at github
Ralph Goers wrote:
> I am working on LBCLASSIC-116 and should have working code for you in a
> couple of days. I've cloned the repository and am working on my Mac. So
> when it is ready how do I make it available for review?
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