We will be making the Koa master branch this week, but it’s really the Koa master branches, since there are 33 different repos that get the master branches. These are the repos at this point:
edx/blockstore edx/configuration edx/course-discovery edx/credentials edx/cs_comments_service edx/devstack edx/ecommerce edx/ecommerce-worker edx/edx-analytics-configuration edx/edx-analytics-dashboard edx/edx-analytics-data-api edx/edx-analytics-pipeline edx/edx-app-android edx/edx-app-ios edx/edx-certificates edx/edx-demo-course edx/edx-developer-docs edx/edx-documentation edx/edx-e2e-tests edx/edx-notes-api edx/edx-platform edx/enterprise-catalog edx/frontend-app-account edx/frontend-app-gradebook edx/frontend-app-learning edx/frontend-app-profile edx/frontend-app-publisher edx/frontend-app-support-tools edx/frontend-template-application edx/license-manager edx/repo-tools edx/testeng-ci edx/xqueue
The idea is: a repo gets a master branch if it is cloned directly from GitHub during installation. Repos that are pulled in as dependencies don’t need to be marked, because they will be pinned in the repo that uses them.