Generating list of changesets and updating work
It’s time for Word Press’ next big thing, the thing that helps us deal with our challenges and opportunities. When Johannes Gutenberg’s press came out, people mostly used it to print the same religious text monks had been copying.
It wasn’t until ten or fifteen years later that people started innovating and trying their hands at new kinds of writing, and the wheels of change started to spin faster. Gutenberg meets our challenges and opportunities head on while simultaneously benefitting everyone who makes a living working in the WP ecosystem. Our Gutenberg moves every part of the Word Press ecosystem forward: Developers and agencies will be able to create interactive templates that clients can easily update without breaking things or dealing with custom post types: Imagine a custom “employee” block that you can add to an About page that includes a picture, name, and bio.
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Our development cycle rarely requires a branch so we have what tfs appears to consider a single, never-ending development cycle.
Our problem is that each build includes an ever increasing long "Generating list of changesets and updating work items" step that includes all changesets/work items back to day 1.
What is the proper step that we need to perform to formally lock and label (wrong terms I'm sure) the source tree so that a new cycle of changesets and work items can begin.
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were printed a press, rocking Europe, and he issued “broadsheets.” Broadsheets became newspapers; newspapers enabled democracy.