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Should I allow the freelancer to clone my entire repository to work on my code? Is this safe? I don't feel like giving a complete stranger access to my entire code base.

Basically, how do I use the tool Git in project management to facilitate development with out having my entire web app completely open?

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    I'm not sure this is a project management question. Can you refocus the question on the practical project management issues as described in How to Ask? – Mark C. Wallace Oct 30 '15 at 17:03
  • You don't want to hire people you cannot trust. If you don;t feel comfortable with them accessing your code, how can you trust them to write more code? – Danny Schoemann Feb 29 '16 at 13:03
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If you want the freelancer to work on your codebase, you either make him sign a NDA, or provide access to the repositories.

Alternatively, you can specify and API that a freelancer should implement, and you'll use it through the API.

Nevertheless, the freelancer (or anybody) can do a better work if he can see the whole picture.

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  • How can I get the NDA signed over the web? – cade galt Oct 31 '15 at 16:09
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    @cadegalt: Papers can be signed, scanned and then emailed back. – Bart van Ingen Schenau Oct 31 '15 at 17:51

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