Re: Some questions...
On Tue, Sep 12, 2000 at 02:06:33PM -0500, rt wrote:
> > This change introduces new features, which are difficult to revert when
> > people start to use them. So I will not make the decision to apply this
> i am new to this: who actually has write CVS access, and who
> decides the patches and additions that make it into the CVS
> tree? are there, like the linux kernel, code style guidelines
> that tree additions should follow? please advise.
CVS write access have Thomas, Roland, Mark, Yoshinori, Gordon and me.
However, Thomas and Roland decide what goes in and what doesn't.
> > patch all alone, and the Hurd authors are currently not doing much Hurd
> > stuff, so we have to wait for an official word on it.
> is dev. closed on the 0.3 version of hurd?
Yes, only bug fixing is allowed. Note that a "bug" can be a lot of things,
and small, but very useful features which obviously don't break stuff can
probably go in as well, but we try to not break things.
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