The GitWorkflows project aims to provide a single point of information about the workflows that have been proposed for use with the Git distributed version control system. We provide a systematic framework to characterize and compare Git Workflows. This framework facilitates understanding the workflows and identifying the differences and similarities between the workflows.
A new version of our framework is available here. This new framework is based on the analysis of the descriptions of 26 Git workflows and modeled following a feature-based approach, and can be used to characterize Git workflows using a homogeneous structure and terminology.
The creation of a new framework that allows the characterisation and comparison of Git workflows is finally coming together. This new version of our framework includes a conceptual design and visualisation based on feature-based modelling, as shown in the following diagram.
The Git Workflows Warehouse site has been extended to give characterisations of 5 common but contrasting workflows in our workflow definition framework. The workflows are Git Flow, GitHub Flow, Feature branches, Trunk-based development and Cactus Flow. Check the catalogue for links to their descriptions.
We also have pairwise comparisons between each of these workflows, using our framework, so you can get an overview of what they have in common and where they differ.