[rfk-dev] Commit thaw

Alexey Toptygin alexeyt at freeshell.org
Sat Oct 27 15:22:22 PDT 2012

On Sat, 27 Oct 2012, Eric S. Raymond wrote:

> Peter A. H. Peterson <pedro at tastytronic.net>:
>> I think before we commit to a public/stable release, we should all
>> pound on it quite a bit, especially since this is a "new" codebase
>> (for certain values of new).
> Fair enough.  I'm reminded that we still don't cope gracefully in the
> case that the progam can't find an NKI file.

I cloned the read-only git repo, and I've realized that I had made some 
improvements that I never got around to publishing. What's the process for 
submitting changes? Do I create an sf.net login, fork the repo, commit to 
my fork and send pull requests?


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