DTEK

Web Strategy for Progressive Causes and Big Ideas

Subversion

Migrating projects from subversion to git

Benj's picture
Thu, 11/17/2011 - 5:12pm -- Benj

A version control system is essential to keep track of code changes, and provide a repeatable, reversible process for applying those changes to development, staging and production websites. At DTEK, we used Subversion (svn) for years, but recently made the change to Git. I won't get too deep into the reasons why, but the main win for us is the fast and simple branching; our workflow seems to be less "work" and more "flow" now that we're using git. ;-)

The New dtek.net, Part 1: Drupal 7, Git, and Drush

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Mon, 03/28/2011 - 7:16am -- Andy

We have a new web site! It's running Drupal 7!

We've been talking about it for years, and we're proud of the new dtek.net, released just in time for DrupalCon in Chicago.  Our initial push included a brand refresh and the basic site build: migrating to Drupal 7 from WordPress, architecting and developing the new site. The next step will be to draw out the new brand into a more fully-realized business identity and Drupal 7 theme for the web site.

MT join me and @ForumOne colleagues for #seadug Drupal Training Day in Seattle on November 14: ... http://t.co/adUVmB2jwj 14 hours 58 min ago
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Thanks for the #Drupal OOP smartening at #pnwds , @mikey_p 5 days 16 hours ago

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