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Re: Wanting something todo

From: Paul L Lussier <pll_at_lanminds.com>
Date: 2003-07-15 16:58:38 CEST

In a message dated: Tue, 15 Jul 2003 06:41:08 +0200
Jilles Oldenbeuving said:

>Paul L Lussier wrote:
>> Rumor has it that there's a lot of useful information there for
>> developers :)
>Thats what i figured, so boldly read most of it. Now i'd like to do some
> actual work on svn. Any thoughts? (See org. post)

Well, if you've read all the HACKING and the notes/ stuff, then the
usual course of action seems to be to tackle a 'bite-sized' task.

Since issue #780 seems to interest you, I'd say go for it.
Obviously, working on tasks which help accomplish 1.0 would be
preferable, but if there aren't any which you feel comfortable with,
I don't think anyone will stop you from working on a post-1.0 issue.
I mean, it's your time, and you're volunteering after all :)

Of course, this is just my opinion, and since I'm not a developer,
just the new release manager/interim patch-manager, I don't have a
lot of say :)


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