Tow, after re-export it seems that commits since September are not visible in “public contributions” map thingy in profile (was OK before re-import). Probably due to caching too but worth checking a bit later once cache will refresh.
What bothers me right now is number of branches - 16 branches with just 4 that had updates in a year including develop. Yes, this matches what we had on svn but maybe we should remove them one way or another? Either by removing/deleting these branches or by creating separate repo with only “main” branch (develop/master/trunk/whatever its name will be).
Don’t know about ptrArts & programmingChallenge, animRewrite contains probably a few starting points for a rewrite of the animation and image classes. The OpenGL branch should be kept. Don’t know about experiments2 and 092c-compat.
You mean that text just below repository name? Done. Feel free to propose better wording
Yes. But as mentioned by beegee some of them are not needed anymore - like those 3 “aicleanup” branches, something named “oldtrunk” and 5 branches that have no non-merged commits but still show up in branch selection dialog.
Branches like OpenGL/animRewrite may become useful in future but definitely not all 16 of them.
UPD: github weirdness?
Visiting this page github.com/vcmi while you’re not logged in github shows this.
(well, that what I saw. Now you’ll see me and everyone else who clicked “make public” link)
Not a big issue but don’t see any point in hiding members of our team. It seems that users must decide whether to show membership themselves. Can be done here: github.com/orgs/vcmi/members
Surely. Apart from opengl, I’d like to keep programmingChallenge branch.
Everything else can be scrapped. SVN will still stand in a predictable future, so in the worst case we can always restore the branch from it.