Archiving What Git Ignores
· ☕ 3 min read · ✍️ Mark A. McFate
I love git and GitHub, and I can certainly appreciate the usefullness of .gitignore, but there are times when I’d really like to move an ENTIRE project to a new home. I have in my head a process that might play out like this…

How to Work with Git
· ☕ 5 min read · ✍️ Mark A. McFate
Credits: This document is an abstraction of some fine documentation authored and posted by my ICG colleague and friend, David Keiser-Clark. ICG Git Workflow: How to work with Git The examples in this document use my work with the Islandora Collaboration Group’s (ICG) ISLE-Drupal-Build-Tools repository, as well as my fork and local clone of that repository.

DG's ISLE Git Workflow
· ☕ 36 min read · ✍️ Mark A. McFate
For some time now Digital.Grinnell has been using ISLE in production, with an instance that was built from a “non-standard” workflow, one that was a little different than the Git workflow established in the ISLE install docs. Consequently, DG’s situation is a little different than what’s documented for ISLE, so my mission here is to describe and execute the steps I’m taking to get back into the documented workflow.

Building My `dg-islandora` Code Repository
· ☕ 4 min read · ✍️ Mark A. McFate
As promised in post 037, this post combines elements of post 021 with updated post 034 to create a “customized” local ISLE instance with features of Digital.Grinnell. In this November 2019 update I’m building the repository on my MacBook ma7053 using ISLE-1.