Subject: Re: [boost] [Guild] Getting volunteers' changes back to trunk
From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-11-14 15:26:50
Rene Rivera wrote:
> Having a fluid Guild work on bugs has the most benefit as far as
> balancing control. If a libraries is well maintained, like yours
> Robert, then it's unlikely that a Guild member will ever need to get
> involved. After all there's no point in trying to fix bugs that will
> be taken care of by the owner and expert diligently.
For the record, I should note that I get A LOT of help with bugs
from others - including some of those active on this thread. I suspect
that the fact that I do try address and incorporate bug fixes and
suggestions has a lot to do with the fact that others are willing to
invest the effort to help.
> Hence, for libraries that are not well maintained will get more attention
> the author will loose more control by the sheer fact that she is less
Sounds good to me. Just make sure that the "if you break it, you bought it"
rule is enforced.
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