Re: cvs access

Currently, there are no access restrictions on the CVS server -- if you
have an account, you can modify any module.  That isn't to say you will
keep your account if you modify any module without asking :)

It is generally a good idea to ask the maintainer of a module before
making changes to a module you are not responsible for/working on, so you
can get some idea of what is expected (changelog messages, sending patches
to the maintainer for approval, etc).



On Fri, 6 Aug 1999, Brian St. Pierre wrote:

> I have a couple of questions about cvs use and "etiquette":
> 1.  How do I get write access for a given project?
> 2.  How does one coordinate with other developers on a given project (I
> know of a few different ways to solve this problem in general, but I'm
> not too familiar with CVS and I haven't done any free-software-work
> before...)
> Feel free to mail me directly, I don't want to clutter up the list
> unnecessarily.
> Thanks for the help.
> -Brian
> bstpierre (at)
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