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From Bertrand Delacretaz <bdelacre...@apache.org>
Subject Re: whiteboard
Date Tue, 10 Jan 2012 11:00:19 GMT
On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 11:10 AM, Peter Elst <peter.elst@gmail.com> wrote:
>> In general I'd say everyone's welcome to touch any code as long as
>> they know what they are doing - and that might include asking
>> whoever's currently working on the module in question if that's ok.
> Maybe I'm overthinking this, but how would the original committer need to
> be contacted? Does that type of thing also happen on the list to have it on
> the record or do you reach out to the committer directly?..

On list - not necessarily to have it on the record, but everything
happens on list ;-)

> I like the idea of everyone being allowed to touch anything, but can
> imagine different people might have different goals and get in each others
> way...

In my Apache book the default is that I'm allowed to touch anything if
I know what I'm doing and if I can reasonably expect that I'm not
getting in the way of the work being done on that code.

But I'm also ready to back out if someone asks me to - svn makes it
easy to revert any unwanted changes, so if asked I will revert.

Of course, sometimes someone will ask for a code freeze on some part
of the code, or tell others that they're doing major changes somewhere
and expect to be left alone for a bit, that's fine. Or we kick them
out to their own branch if that gets in the way of the overall

I'd try to keep it simple, and address issues if/as they come up.


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