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Re: Peer-reviewed commits

From: Joseph Dane <jdane_at_lava.net>
Date: 2002-02-08 00:47:54 CET

this would be an absolutely HUGE win for mid to large open source
projects. linux kernel development and subversion are by no means the
only projects that could benefit from something like this. in fact,
I'l go so far as to say that a well thought out solution to this kind
of problem could end up being nearly as important as the underlying
code management system itself.

it would be best to immediately start thinking of this in terms of
large scale applications, since the benefit to small projects (who can
rely on email) would be minimal. one thing I would find interesting
would be the ability for a committer to register interest in certain
components, and to then receive notification of changes to only those
components. a component could be a file, a directory, a CVS style
module, or whatever.

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