From: Wheeler, Frederick W \(GE, Research\) <wheeler@cr...> - 2006-04-18 10:39:14
Joe Mundy has vouched for you so I have added you as a developer on the =
As you start using VXL let me know if there is anything additional I =
should put in the following boilerplate email.
[ begin standard new developer email ]
You have been added as a developer on the VXL project. This gives you
the ability to access the CVS repository with ssh and to commit
changes. Be careful doing this. VXL is built and used on many
operating systems with many compilers and with many combinations of
other packages. If you commit any changes make sure to monitor to VXL
Dashboard and fix any error or warnings your changes cause on any
Please subscribe to the vxl-maintainers and vxl-users lists at
SourceForge. Become familiar with the VXL dashboard and the VXL book.
As you get started if you are unsure about fixes or changes you wish
to make feel free to discuss them on the vxl-maintainers mailing list.
There are a lot of people on that list that are very happy to help
anyone who is making an effort to improve VXL.
VXL mailing lists:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: rfabbri@... [mailto:rfabbri@...]On Behalf Of Ricardo
> Sent: Monday, April 17, 2006 4:33 PM
> To: Wheeler, Frederick W (GE, Research)
> Subject: vxl cvs access
> Dear Dr. Wheeler,
> I am a Ph.D student at LEMS, Brown University and do research in
> Computer Vision. I have been checking out the CVS vxl code using the
> anonymous access, but it seems not to have immediate access to the
> latest updates my fellow developers make into the repository.
> Given that I am developing vxl code and work together with prof. Mundy
> and others, could you add my name to the developer list? For now I
> don't need write access, only read-only would do.
> My user name on sourceforge is: ricardofabbri
> Best regards,
> Ricardo Fabbri
> PhD Student in Computer Engineering / Computer Vision
> LEMS - Laboratory for Engineering Man-Machine Systems
> Brown University, USA