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Archive for the ‘DVCS – Distributed Version Control’ Category

Git Explorer: a cool tool to visually learn git commands

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/03/03

This is sooooo cool: [Wayback] Git Explorer

GitExplorer: Find the right git commands you need without digging through the web

What I like is the simple clean UI with a two step selection of what git functionality you want to use followed by a simple usage and explanation.

Very well suites for both referencing and interactive learning.

Bonus: it is open source at [Wayback/Archive.is] summitech/gitexplorer: Find the right git commands without digging through the web..

Via: [Archive.is] Marko ⚡ Denic on Twitter: “You can find the right git commands without digging through the web. “

–jeroen

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Great git videos on YouTube by @shanselman (thanks @simongeering)

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/11/11

[Archive.is] simon geering on Twitter: “Thanks to @shanselman for creating these great Git Videos. As a senior dev starting to mentor/teach tech skills this is very helpful. What tool do you use for the green arrows and other overlays please? Git 101; GitHub PRs “:

Embedded videos below the fold.

–jeroen

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@adamsand0r drew up a few sketches of design decisions needed to be taken when building a #gitops-based CD pipeline

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/11/10

Great decision diagrams: [Archive.is] Thread by @adamsand0r: good morning Twitter! I drew up a few sketches of design decisions needed to be taken when building a #gitops-based CD pipeline. let me know…

Via [Archive.is] Ian Miell on Twitter: “Oh man, these diagrams will make the hell of architecting GitOps pipelines easier to reason about… Thread 👇… “

[Archive.is] Ádám Sándor on Twitter: “good morning Twitter! I drew up a few sketches of design decisions needed to be taken when building a #gitops-based CD pipeline. let me know what do you think… #gitopsdecisions”

–jeroen

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No GitHub: re-introducing an Inbox or Direct Messages is a bad idea!

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/08/18

Yesterday I published about Yet again, GitHub violates the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines by stealing a key: not it is the dot (.), and this week some feelers were put out for a kind of GitHub Inbox / Direct Message feature:

[Archive.is] GitHub Projects on Twitter: “What if there was 📨 DM/inbox feature on GitHub?”

There already is gitter.im (which is public instant messaging around GitHub repositories), and people have enough trouble managing all their incoming private message streams (be it paper/email inbox, social media and others), in large part because of SPAM and harassment messages.

It wasn’t by accident that the Private Messaging at GitHub feature was ditched almost a decade ago during [Wayback/Archive.is] 2012 Spring Cleaning | The GitHub Blog:

Private Messaging, however, was a step backwards: nobody wants another inbox. And a sub-par one, at that. Email is still the best way to contact someone.

Today we’re removing Private Messaging from GitHub. If you want people to contact you, please provide a public email address for your profile.

So I’m with all these:

Yes, I know [Archive.is] Tierney Cyren on Twitter: “A reminder that this account doesn’t actually represent GitHub nor any feature planning GitHub is doing… “, but I want to make absolutely clear to GitHub that another private message feature is a very bad idea.

–jeroen

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Frank A. Krueger on Twitter: “I made a build status IoT thing! Automatically polls @bitrise and is even Alexa controlled (for brightness and to turn off). Now I want to add github issue and PR counts. Just a $12 ESP32 and a $30 led matrix.”

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/07/28

[WayBack] Frank A. Krueger on Twitter: “I made a build status IoT thing! Automatically polls @bitrise and is even Alexa controlled (for brightness and to turn off). Now I want to add github issue and PR counts. Just a $12 ESP32 and a $30 led matrix.”

[WayBack]

https://web.archive.org/web/20190822202203/https://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/1164251716927156224/pu/vid/1280×720/Pn_rAACnrcUHfXol.mp4

–jeroen

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