On 21.03.2012 14:26, Kamil Dudka wrote:
Looking at the master branch, I see there landed the commit 07754ec,
we (kdudka, emaldona, rcritten) had made an agreement that it was a bad idea.
I have removed (not reverted) this commit in the kdudka branch, while keeping
all other commits unchanged. I believe that the kdudka branch could now be
made a master branch. Nobody from outside refers to the master branch anyway,
so it should be (at least technically) quite trivial. Any objections?
Sorry, I have had no idea about branches. All I saw was that Elio's git
had several additional commits.
Out of curiousity, is there still need for separate branches in nss-pem?
If not, could you just make commits (or revert commits) as needed on the
master branch, to bring it into the state you want?