Just a notice.
I rebased my readytopull branch from paul's upstream, so it should be much easier for paul to pull changes from me... but it might cause issues for anybody that is currently tracking my repos.
You will probably just need to do a `git fetch --force` to squelch the complaining git will probably do.
I'm still slow at git and fumbling around, but have you pushed your readytopull to your public repo? If I clone you, I don't see it:
[pjmattal@pedantic eliott.git]$ git branch -r origin/HEAD origin/clean origin/master origin/testing
I don't know how this thing typically works.. do people usually have a branch that is ready to pull? I was originally thinking people would merge stuff into their master when it was ready, and work in branches until then, but I also see how having a special separate readytopull could be handy.
In any case, should we adopt a convention to eliminate confusion?