Laszlo Boszormenyi (GCS) <firstname.lastname@example.org> (16/07/2012): > > I think that's a perfect use case for collab-maint. László, do you > > really need a dedicated group for that? > My intention was to limit people who can commit to mime-support. It > seems there are multiple viewpoints for example about > application/x-httpd-* types. One may do more harm with a commit if not > consulted by a group of more advanced people. But I'm fine with normal > collab-maint as well if you and Charles would like that. As someone processing alioth-related requests, I would find it nice to use collab-maint for such projects; but I'm willing to hear about arguments against that. As a random developer, I would really hate to see people fight through commits. In case that would happen, I think that can be fixed, IIRC collab-maint has some abuse clauses or something similar. (IOW: I'm not convinced you need a dedicated group; quite the contrary.) Mraw, KiBi.
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