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From: Andreas Ericsson <ae@op...> - 2009-05-13 09:02:28
I've been trying to cooperate with CVS, but I just can't manage that
properly (especially since I need branches for experimental features),
so I'll create a git repository where I can do my work and then I'll
bulk-apply the patches to CVS later, probably with some script.
Anyways, to make the import as accurate as possible so we can re-use
it if we move to using git as the primary scm later, I'd like to know
what email-addresses you'd like to be listed for your author names.
It helps if it's a real one that you actually use, since they are
used by some scripts to Cc the original author so he/she can provide
comments when automailing patches.
For now, I've used ton.voon@... and egalstad@... for
your names. It can be changed afterwards, but I'd rather not alter
it after the repository is published.
Andreas Ericsson andreas.ericsson@...
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From: Ton Voon <tonvoon@ma...> - 2009-05-13 09:09:40
On 13 May 2009, at 10:02, Andreas Ericsson wrote:
> Anyways, to make the import as accurate as possible so we can re-use
> it if we move to using git as the primary scm later, I'd like to know
> what email-addresses you'd like to be listed for your author names.
I'd like mine to be tonvoon@... please.