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ColdBox migrations to github

Luis Majano August 24, 2010

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Luis Majano

August 24, 2010

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After several months of planning I am starting to slowly move all of our open source coldbox related repositories to github.  This does not mean we are moving from Assembla, it means our source code is moving.  Github is great for social coding and collaboration that every open source project needs.  Not only that, git is really really fun to use than SVN and I am really digging it, especially for open source work.

Not everything yet is moved, but here are what’s out there.

So stay tuned as more and more projects are moved there.  So now the entire community has no excuse on forking and submitting patches and collaborating more.

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Aug 25, 2010 14:58:33 UTC

by Sami Hoda

Assembla works with GitHub. Go to Admin-> Tools -> Add GitHub.

Aug 25, 2010 16:02:20 UTC

by Luis Majano

Yes, thanks Sami!!

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