Feedback on a Git based Concrete5 boilerplate...
It's nothing too special, just a basic directory structure with some .gitignore files baked in, along with a Readme which has some supporting documentation.
Since there's not too much documentation on this subject, I figured I would create a post and hear what people had to say. What do you think? Should anything be added or removed to the .gitignore file (https://bitbucket.org/adamjohnson/concrete5-git-boilerplate/src/42e0... )? What about to the Readme file? What has your experience been?
Eventually, I'd like to beef up the default .gitignore file that GitHub serves when you start a new Concrete5 repository:
Looking forward to hearing ya'lls process. I hope people find this useful.
Personally, I'd prefer having just a single file there.
Taking this approach would save you some copy and pasting of the blank .gitignore files into the top level directories; however, I wouldn't be opposed to making it just one main .gitignore file if people think that would be the best route.
I don't have any suggested improvements for the boilerplate (I'm a little too new to git to know any better) but keep up the good work.