From: Chad N. Tindel <chad@ti...> - 2003-06-03 17:39:41
> There isn't actually anything like a "master source" stored on
> sourceforge. I do create CVS trees locally to generate patch sets to
> send to Jeff Garzik, but I'm not sure that publicizing those is a good
> idea. In particular, they're pretty ephemeral; I just make one from a
> starting point and apply changes, then generate patches. I want to
> move in the direction of having less bonding code on sourceforge that
> isn't submitted to the mainline kernel. Once the patch set on
> sourceforge starts to grow, it's hard to dig back out and reintegrate
> with the mainline, so I really want to see sourceforge used for two
> things: (1) a place to drop strictly experimental code, and (2) a
> place to make available code submitted to the mainline, but not yet in
> a public release.
Perhaps we can start using the CVS repositories on sourceforge to keep the
master bonding source? Then we could generate patches off the sourceforge
server fairly easily.