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About every two to four weeks we strive for a merge into the master branch, following the release approach of git-flow. The merges are tagged and accompanied by change logs. We follow a strict protocol for master merges:

  1. Determine the name of the merge
    1. Look up the current week number (ISO-8601): https://www.epochconverter.com/weeknumbers
    2. Look up the weeks of the current month and choose the best fitting description:
      • Very Early <Month>
      • Early <Month>
      • Mid <Month>
      • Late <Month>
      • Very Late <Month>
    3. The naming scheme is <Year> Week <Week> (<Description>)
    4. For the rest of this protocol, we exemplarily use 2020 Week 39 (Late September)
  2. For now, create an empty Phriction page for the change log
    1. The URI scheme is https://phabricator.mitk.org/w/mitk/changelog/2020.39/
    2. The title is 2020 Week 39 (Late September)
  3. Create an MITK task for the merge
    1. The title is 2020 Week 39 (Late September)
    2. The description is a link to the changelog in Remarkup format: [[mitk/changelog/2020.39]]
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