> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chad N. Tindel [mailto:chad@...]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2003 8:40 PM
> To: bonding-devel@...
> Subject: [Bonding-devel] Re: Asking to become member developers
> 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.
That would help allot. Currently we do our own source control using vss
locally and syncing every time a formal drop is made. Having a centralized
place for tracking the code would enable us to always be in sync and supply
patches to the current code. We could use labeling to control which version
is ready for release and announce that.
BTW, I'm not sure that as member developers we can actually do anything with
CVS in sfg besides pulling a latest version. Is there anything that can be
done without making us admins as well ?
From: David Smithson <david@cu...> - 2003-06-06 21:43:45
I just wanted to let you know that I have the bonding driver working in
production here at CFE in XOR mode. I also wanted to thank you all for
I still haven't heard back from Asante concerning the Intracore switch's
802.3ad capablilities. When I do, I'll share the info here.
David Smithson david@...
Custom Film Effects http://www.customfilmeffects.com
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