Best way to host edge and stable repo at GitHub?

What would be the best way to have edge and stable versions of a project
at
GitHub? Tags? Branches?

The best I can figure is for the master branch to always be stable
(thanks
schacon!) and have a development branch for the edge. Then, when
development
should be merged into master, tag that commit with a new version number.

Are there any guides or tutorials that cover this?

Thanks,

Tim

On Aug 14, 2008, at 11:08 AM, Tim G. wrote:

What would be the best way to have edge and stable versions of a
project at
GitHub? Tags? Branches?

The best I can figure is for the master branch to always be stable
(thanks
schacon!) and have a development branch for the edge. Then, when
development
should be merged into master, tag that commit with a new version
number.

That sounds great to me.

Are there any guides or tutorials that cover this?

I think you just wrote it.

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