stuart at tase
May 5, 2012, 3:38 AM
On Saturday 05 May 2012 11:01:25 Paul Gardiner wrote:
> On 05/05/2012 10:27, Stuart Morgan wrote:
> > You need to open a ticket as well. Most devs don't read pull requests on
> > github, especially not since we're no longer committing direct to
> > github. For tracking and accounting purposes we prefer to have
> > everything in one place.
> Just out of interest, what is your committing procedure now if no
> longer direct to github?
We're back to using our own server which achieves a much better uptime than
Github has never been especially reliable, they had more than their fair share
of hardware/software faults and they are also a magnet for DDOS and hack
attacks which sometimes left our repo inaccessible for hours. Added to that
their post-commit hooks would regularly fail to fire meaning tickets didn't
get automatically closed and commit emails were never sent.
At least when our server _does_ go down we have some control and aren't left
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