Re: About NM and Next Release
On Thu, 7 Aug 2003 11:40, Joe Wreschnig wrote:
> Face it - no free software project is "easy" to join (except apparently
> KDE...), and there's a reason for that. It's a process that selects
> against bad code and bad maintainers. It's also a process that happens
> to have false positives probably more often than it has false negatives.
The projects that are easiest to join generally have the most review of work
that is submitted by new applicants. Configuring a CVS server to send email
with all the patches to a mailing list and reviewing them all is easy enough,
I belive that the KDE people review all the code in such a manner.
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