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From Doug MacEachern <>
Subject Re: your account
Date Wed, 27 May 1998 05:13:00 GMT
(resend, first once bounced because body contained the output of:
perl -le 'print scalar reverse "ebircsbus"' :-)

Welcome guys!!
   I know at least two of you have no hands on cvs yet, it is quite
straightforward, the docs Brian pointed you at are a good start.
Please join the modperl-cvs@apache list, which is where
commits are posted.  If your commits will come from a different
address, let me know and I'll add it to the others-who-can-post file.
If you have any modperl/cvs questions, please ask on modperl-cvs
unless you consider it private.  Three other people have commit access,
Brian Behlendorf, Rob Hartill and Ralf Engelschall.  Rob gave the
initial cvs kick to mod_perl, Brian set everything up for us, Rob
started committing mod_perl releases to the tree before it became the
actual development tree (used to be RCS local on my machine).  There
have been no official modperl commit guidelines laid down yet, I trust
you all without question in your focus areas, which at the moment is: 
Ralf: apaci, dso, apxs integration
Frank: the FAQ
Vivek: mod_perl_tuning.pod
David: mod_perl_traps.pod

You're free to modify Changes, ToDo, etc.  But if you wish to make a
significant code change, we should discuss that first on  In cases where I'll be away for a while and let's
say, a new Apache beta comes out and mod_perl breaks, by all means
commit the fix.  In any case, we can always backout or modify a change
if needed.  You are all helping the mod_perl effort (and me :-) a
great deal, Thank You!!!


Brian Behlendorf <> wrote:

> Hi folks.  I've created an account for each of you on so you
> can work on the mod_perl CVS tree.  You are all in the Unix group
> "cvsperl", and i've given you commit access to the "modperl" CVS tree.
> Read the documents at related to using CVS and SSH
> for maintaining the tree.  I'll send each of you separately your
> username/password combos.
> Let me know if you have any questions about the system.  We're running
> FreeBSD 2.2.6 and the latest Apache CVS tree, sans mod_perl.  If you need
> it you may run an Apache installation on a high port.
> Have fun!
> 	Brian
> --=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=--
> pure chewing satisfaction                        

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