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Could / Should Gitflow and Release Management coexist?

andrew_kleinertandrew_kleinert Member Posts: 16 PRO
I'm currently looking into Release Management and wondering if the Gitflow and Release Management processes could / should coexist?

Does the inbuilt Release Management process supersede any point to using Gitflow?  Or would there still be some point to still using Gitflow?

Does anybody have experience with this?

(FYI @mlaflecheCAD )
@michael_mcclain , thanks for the feedback. We are working to create more learning materials around the release management capabilities for Pro and Enterprise users. Those two tech briefings are still valid for Standard users, who may want to achieve releasing an object with a more manual method by setting the properties. You will see a new release management class available soon, and from there we will be able to create more material.
+1 for this (FYI @michael_mcclain )

I've watched the two very good webinars on Gitflow and Release Management in detail ...

https://www.onshape.com/videos/office-hours-with-the-professor-episode-2

https://www.onshape.com/videos/introducing-release-management-and-approval-workflows-040518

... but it's left me with a bit of confusion about if / how the two workflows could / should work together.

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