[ESS] Next steps [OT] Best Practices Emacs / ESS Mini-Webinars

Chris Wallace cew54 @end|ng |rom c@m@@c@uk
Sat Jan 2 11:22:46 CET 2021

Hi Liz, perhaps your input before decisions about form are taken would be useful. Are there some general principles docs we should refer to? C


On 30 Dec 2020, 14:49, at 14:49, Liz Hare via ESS-help <ess-help using r-project.org> wrote:
>Hi, all,
>As you decide what form these materials will take, hit me up for tips
>and questions about how to make them accessible to R users with
>> On Dec 30, 2020, at 9:38 AM, Dirk Eddelbuettel via ESS-help
><ess-help using r-project.org> wrote:
>> On 30 December 2020 at 17:27, Greg Minshall wrote:
>> | i've never been involved in a multi-user gitlab/github thing (i'm
>> | much a loner), so i don't know how collaboration works best.  but,
>> | might make sense to start all in the same repo.  in ignorance,
>> | Dirk would be in charge of creating subdirectories, and delegating
>> | editing authority to one or more of us for that subdirectory?
>> | using some git*-provided controls, or by mutual agreement.)
>> I suggest to bounce the question back to the group as someone a
>> involved with a few multi-user / multi-contributor repos:  having an
>org and
>> indedependent repos therein may be better.  Also makes it easy for a
>few of
>> us to "own" the org and share it.
>> | and, maybe a section at the end of collabedit: name/initials/topic
>> | volunteering?  i'll start.
>> Yes please, an excellent suggestion.
>> Dirk
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