You're now added as a contributor.

Feel free to push/commit at will, but if it involves any larger
refactorings/changes, I think it's better if you fork off so we can
discuss it a bit. If you're not quite sure where to push though, just
push it to camping/camping. We can always revert it later if needed

//Magnus Holm

On Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 17:50, Dave Everitt <> wrote:
> Okay. After 3-4 intensive days I now know Git well enough to go. Today I
> cloned the camping repo and grepped for the issues I spotted before but it
> seems they're fixed. So only corrected a minor typo in README :-) Will push
> (with anything else I notice) when access granted - Dave E.
>> Magnus - I did make some earlier suggestions/edits and would be happy to
>> implement them. I'm a sad and rather newbie (still working through the
>> O'Reilly Git book) GitHub lurker (with no repos yet:
>> so let me know when you're ready and I'll
>> start work - Dave E.
>>> Thanks for bringing this up again! I've pushed out what I have so far,
>>> but not your latest suggestions (you had some more in an earlier mail,
>>> right?)
>>> If you have a Github account I can give you (and anyone else who wants to
>>> contribute) push-access. I'm a little busy at the moment, but I'll try to
>>> fix it as soon as possible.
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