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Trello Android's Git Branching Strategy

I think the general rule of thumb is "try not to support anything other than the latest version in Production and the latest development version, and even then reduce the time that there are two versions as much as possible" but with things like user-managed software, or where your path to production is slower, it can be difficult to say that.

Recommended read: Trello Android's Git Branching Strategy https://blog.danlew.net/2020/11/11/trello-androids-git-branching-strategy/

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Reminder that it's the last #Hacktoberfest themed #HomebrewWebsiteClub Nottingham tomorrow! I hope to see you there at 1730 for some Open Source or website stuff! https://events.indieweb.org/2020/10/homebrew-website-club-nottingham-hacktoberfest-edition--2BrVspWn4jPt

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Don't ever break a URL if you can help it

This is something I strive quite hard to ensure, using tools like html-proofer and comparing against old sitemaps when I change things considerably with my site. It's also something that is quite infuriating when following links to a site that has now rewritten their URLs, so I've learned from that too!

Recommended read: Don't ever break a URL if you can help it https://www.hanselman.com/blog/dont-ever-break-a-url-if-you-can-help-it

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Does anyone know why traffic for X509 fingerprints may have increased? Seeing a significant rise in hits on my site, but that could just be I'm ranked higher now 🤷🏽‍♂️

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Welp, Anna Dodson and I managed to have a second Sunday lunch, with leftovers! Hopefully going to make it through the afternoon without a nap 😴

A dish with a beef dripping Yorkshire pudding, chips, a bacon and maple syrup sausage, red cabbage and peas, all covered in gravy