Question: Should we still use forks or can we work with features branches directly in then bean validation repos?


Am 02.09.2016 um 09:27 schrieb Gunnar Morling <>:

Hi Hendrik,

Great ideas! Further details inline.

2016-09-01 16:30 GMT+02:00 Hendrik Ebbers <>:
Hi all,

currently all JBV repos are part of which is really great.  3 people are part of this team at GitHub and I asked myself if I can become member of the team, too. 

I've set up a new team "eg-members" under the Bean Validation GitHub organization and sent you an invite for it (other EG members give me your GitHub handle if you want to be in there, too). This will show you under the list of org members and also allows to summon other experts's input on commits/PRs using the "@eg-members" alias.

I've also granted write access to that team for the relevant repos. But please *never* push your own commits, instead always go through pull requests reviewed by other members. Collective code review is one of our core principles really.

In addition I think that we need a logo for the JSR :) We could use this at Github, Twitter & I know an illustrator that did a lot of Java-related images for me. If you know the JavaOne voting machines: He created all the duke animations ( I would love to ask him for a logo for the JRS. Currently I’m thinking about a Duke that stamps beans. What do you think?

Yes, personally I'd love to have a log, the lack of one has been bugging me for quite a while. I'll reply to you off-list to sort out some details.




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