[unixODBC-dev] what should I fix?

Nick Gorham nick at lurcher.org
Mon Mar 7 18:04:40 GMT 2005

Eric Sharkey wrote:
> My question isn't so much about what you want to know about, but how.
> You can manage the project in a number of ways, depending on your
> personal preferences.  You can treat the CVS repository as "gold",
> where all patches need approval before commission, or you can treat
> the CVS repository as an open work space, where any registered project
> member can commit anything, but you monitor the changes, and anything
> you see that you disaprove of has to be backed out, either by you
> or the developer who made the patch.  I don't really care one way or
> the other.  It's your project to run as you see fit.  I just want
> want to know what those preferences are.

Well, my position, is that any change that goes into the directories I 
mentioned, I would like to look over before the change gets forgoten 
about, as they are the bits that will cause a lot of people a lot of 
pain if they cause problems that are not caught before the next release.


More information about the unixODBC-dev mailing list