Giles Hall wrote:
> I would enjoy a response to my request for CVS access to Webware. Is
> this project derelict? Perhaps you are looking for a new maintainer?
> Either way, I would like to help out. I've fixed a few bugs within
> Webware, I have a whole bunch of feature ideas and I'm using it in a
> serious project here at work.
> I hope to communicate with an active Webware developer soon.
Sorry about the delay. I've been discussing this with Chuck and Ian and I
think we agree that Webware clearly needs some new developers, so we'll give
you CVS access. There are some things to keep in mind:
- Webware uses tabs for indentation. I noticed that your Monitor.py patch
used spaces instead. Let's stick with tabs for now (unless we someday reach
a consensus to switch everything to spaces all at once).
- Try to maintain backward compatibility as much as possible. I don't use
Monitor.py but I assume that your patch is backward-compatible.
- Add a note to the release notes file (usually
WebKit/Docs/RelNotes-X.Y.html) whenever you check something in. This makes
our lives much easier when it's time to cut a release.
- When in doubt, ask on webware-devel.
I'll give you CVS write access -- check back in about 15 minutes and you
should have access.