Am 03.06.2006 um 22:58 schrieb Richard Koch:
> 1) To get email to both of us, I put up an email address of the form
> koch@..., max@...
> I wonder if that comma should be present or not or does it matter? In
> Apple email it doesn't matter
> 2) But the trouble with asking folks to send us email is that nobody
> else can read the bugs and notice that a bug has already been
> So would it be better to have a special list on sourceforge just for
> 2.10-beta bugs?
I would recommend that we do not tell people to email us bug reports
to our private email addresses. Rather, just point them to the bug
group_id=155796&atid=797238>. That way, the bug is visible to the
public; both of us can see it; both of us (and other people) can add
comments, observations, additional details, proposed solutions etc.
to the bug reports.
And if people really need to email us, you could point them to this
very mailing list, which I am using all the time to talk to you
anyway... <texshop-devel@...> :-)
> 3) However, I don't want to do 2) if it is necessary for people to
> get an account on SourceForge or do anything that isn't immediately
> obvious and as easy as email.
To file bug reports through the bug tracker, you do not need a
SourceForge.net account! For some projects, I actually *do* force
people to register an account (because that way, one is guaranteed to
have a way to contact the bug submitter; that's not the case with
'anonymous' bug reports). But that's not how it is configured
currently, and we can just leave it fully open to the public.
another thing: You can safely remove the following paragraph from
"Subversion must be initialized before it can be used. With Terminal,
type the command "svnadmin create /path/to/repos" where, of course, "/
path/to/repos" is replaced by a path to a folder which will contain
subversion configuration files.
This initialization is only necessary if one wants to create own
repositories, but it's definitely not necessary to read from already
existing Subversion repositories (like ours).
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