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Re: Volunteer for command-line work

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_galois.collab.net>
Date: 2000-10-16 22:56:00 CEST

matt@braithwaite.net (Matthew Braithwaite) writes:
> I'd like to throw my hat in the ring for doing some work on the command
> line. I haven't done anything on Subversion yet, but I should be coming
> up to speed quickly. I may be able to put in a few days a week starting
> in December.

Yay! A few days a week will be *wonderful*, even if we have to wait
all the way to December to get it...

I think Bruce Korb, Lefty Burgess, and Brian Fitzpatrick are coming up
with a written spec for the command-line client at the moment.

To all four: do you know at this point how much time are each of you
will be able to devote to this right now? I'd just like to know for
scheduling purposes, and also so I can figure out how much of my time
and/or Ben's time may be needed (unless other volunteers come out of
the woodwork). I know four people sounds like a lot, but it all
depends on how much spare time they have.

> Gee, I sure wish I could post to this mailing list without having to use
> `sendmail -f'. Nothing like getting brutally fucked by ezmlm to start
> your day off right. Grr.

Um, if you want to describe what happened in technical detail, I'd be
happy to fix it :-).

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