[U-Boot-Users] CVS Write Access to Das U-Boot

Wolfgang Denk wd at denx.de
Mon Nov 4 18:20:29 CET 2002

In message <Pine.LNX.4.40.0211041843090.2621-100000 at mag.devdep.sysgo.de> you wrote:
> I thought we have known each other for long enough a time to have such
> "trust" in each other's work. We will probably never gain 100%

Let's work a while togehter on this project, and we'll see.

> Really? I remember some lengthy discussions about a patch that ended
> with a rather, er, grungy moderator asking me multiple times for a
> rewording of the README part of the patch, because he didn't like the
> patch.

So probably it's not exactly a "resonant mind" then.

> There _is_ a difference if you have to beg for a feature to go into
> the sources.

I rather discuss such an issue before, and then have an agreement  of
the involved parties. This has nothing to do with "begging".

You mention exactly one of the reason why I don't intend to grant you
or anybody else immediate CVS write access. I want  to  know  how  it
works out exactly in situations like that.

What's so bad with sending a couple of patches first? Everybody  else

Let's stop this discussing, it costs but time. If you want  to  help,
please send patches, and you are welcome.

Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

Software Engineering:  Embedded and Realtime Systems,  Embedded Linux
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