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authorAvatar Rasmus Thomsen <cogitri@exherbo.org> 2018-04-05 00:39:19 +0200
committerAvatar Heiko Becker <heirecka@exherbo.org> 2018-04-07 17:28:00 +0000
commit89170af7e3299dac35ed3037f6f89519245e2ceb (patch)
treec5c4d024b31cd671591e224a23219faab0b5065a
parent58ee848a5a98879076a6fa6ca9ee509152268666 (diff)
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workflow: not all projects are owned by the exherbo groupHEADmaster
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diff --git a/workflow.mkd b/workflow.mkd
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@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ Normally, when you sync, you'll be syncing against upstream. But when you want t
commits. This will automatically squash `fixup` commits into the commits they're fixing. Keep in mind that it's usually better
to do _one_ thing with _one_ commit. E.g. if you version bump a package and also implement style improvements you may want to do
_two_ commit for those _two_ changes.
-- Push your changes to [Gitlab](//gitlab.exherbo.org/exherbo "Gitlab - Exherbo Project"). See the [Gitlab docs](/docs/gitlab.html) for more information.
+- Push your changes to [Gitlab](//gitlab.exherbo.org/). See the [Gitlab docs](/docs/gitlab.html) for more information.
- Go back to syncing without the suffix.
Some things to note: