Name: [11466] emmajane
Member: 68 months
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Description: My name is Emma Jane Hogbin. I live and work in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. I build on-line communities and work with not-for-profit organizations on the implementation of technology-facilitated communications. I blog at www.emmajane.net ...

Committing your changes in Bazaar [ID:368]

a series of video-tutorials by emmajane

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1. Committing your changes in Bazaar

In this screen cast I am going to show you how to commit a change to your local branch of the Ubuntu Desktop Course. Although I am using a specific Ubuntu Desktop Course file, this screen cast applies to anyone that needs to commit changes to a local Bazaar project branch. A commit is sort of like a meta save for your project. It allows you to make notes about what you've done since the last save [...]

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