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Re: [Cp-tools-discuss] cvs re-org and contributors/copyright assignment

From: Nic Ferrier
Subject: Re: [Cp-tools-discuss] cvs re-org and contributors/copyright assignment
Date: 06 Apr 2002 13:15:15 +0100

Alex Lancaster <address@hidden> writes:

> Yep, I believe he's already submitted some patches, but not to the 
> patch manager (which is my fault, as I hadn't enabled that at the time 
> he submitted them) there are three at: 
> http://savannah.gnu.org/support/?group_id=508 
> My question is: do we need (C) assignment for these, or can I just go 
> ahead and install them?  What counts as "substantial", i.e. what's the 
> threshold needed for (C) asssignment? 

20 or 30 lines would be substantial. Whole new features would be

> I think he'd like to be a developer with CVS write access, which is 
> fine with me, but I want to make sure that all is well as far as the 
> (C) issue is concerned, do all developers with CVS write access to GNU 
> projects need to sign forms etc? 


> Please just go ahead and put it into the modulename/src as we 
> discussed on the list, I can worry about the build issues for gjdoc 
> and texinfo-doclet later... 

Ok. I will.


> Fine, perhaps I can figure out what you're trying to do from the Perl 
> script and then convert it into an automake format. 

I'm not sure it's going to work with automake... I spent a little
time looking at it last night. I think want I'm doing is creating a
new class of automake target.


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