Le 06/03/12 20:20, Diederik van Liere a écrit :
My main worry is that we are not spending enough time
on getting all
engineers (both internal and in the community) up to speed with the
coming migration to Git and Gerrit
There are plenty of guides around that should cover most beginner
question. I will be happy to answer questions in #mediawiki.
--> git magic:
An introduction to git, available in several languages.
Follow Scott Chacon git evangelist:
--> Pro git
Everyone should read that free book. It comes with visual explanations
which make the theory very easy to understand.
If you had only one chapter to read, read the Git Branching one.
I had the opportunity to read his "Git Internals" book. At $12 it is
well worth it:
Create a public repository there and play with it. It is a great
exercise to have fun with a remote. Try forking a project such as the
Wikipedia mobile application. Github has a lot of actually helpfull and
well written help.
--> CHEAT CODES!!!!!!!
Search for git cheat sheets. Print several of them and stick them near
your screen. Use them as a references.
Finally, the day of someone doing integration, still by Scott Chacon:
Antoine "hashar" Musso