[rfk-dev] Commit thaw

Peter A. H. Peterson pedro at tastytronic.net
Sat Oct 27 15:56:10 PDT 2012

Quoting Eric S. Raymond:
> Alexey Toptygin <alexeyt at freeshell.org>:
> > 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?
> (1) Get an SF login.
> (2) Tell us what it is so we can give your dev access to the project repo.
> (3) Clone it, make your changes, commit, push back to the project repo.
> (4) Profit!!!

Once we are reasonable happy with the state of the new code, we can
move the primary repo to robotfindskitten.org.

If you let me know what your SF username is I will give you commit


Peter A. H. Peterson
Graduate Student Researcher
Laboratory for Advanced Systems Research
University of California, Los Angeles

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