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Replying to you and also to the public on axkit-dev. I've discussed the contribution of the stuff I have written and published on the user list ~ in my company. My company has decided that it would contribute the code I developed until now and will develop in future to the AxKit-Project. This has the advantage that I get payed for my work on AxKit2 (done in my free-time). On the other hand they want to get some promotion from AxKit. Things that have been discussed are that: * e.g. logo on the AxKit-Page => Link axkit2-dev-page * axkit2-dev-page hosted by the company and reachable as ~ axkit2.bestsolution.at until a release is made.
Another thing I want to be certain is that the stuff I contribute is really desired by all developers because what is here until now is the right way to go. If most of them say I don't like the actual design and we want to make things in completely another way I don't have any problem to accept this.
But what I don't want is to contribute the code I have written and afterwards everybody says that's a deadend street and no code gets released. I my opinion this is the right way to go but because none of the dev people (beside you) responded to me.
I know that none of us can say that what I've written until now will get released but what I want is that people took a look at my code and say it makes sense what I'm doing.
A last thing is would I become a commit rights into the source tree for my AxKit2-port or would I only contribute code a others apply it to the repository?
I hope many of you respond to this mail. The latest source is attached to this mail. It should run on apache2-prefork/mp2-rc5.
Just for information: - --------------------- The benchmarks are from a AMD Mobile Athlon 3000+ (=800MHZ) and 512 MB RAM perl compiled with thread support running Mandrake 10.1 and kernel-2.6.10.
Matt Sergeant schrieb: | First fax in the CLA. Then let me know you've done it. Then we can get | an account setup. Then we can get a new repository setup. | | On 26 Apr 2005, at 12:08, Tom Schindl wrote: | | Hi Matt, | | didn't you received my mail I sent you yesterday or didn't you have time | to start the process of including me into the AxKit-Dev-Team? At least | as I read the FAQ on apache.org I must get an invocation from the | AxKit-PMC to kick off the process. | | Tom | | Matt Sergeant schrieb: | | I'd be happy to get a CVS (or maybe even SVN) repository setup for you | | on apache infrastructure. You'll have to sign a Contributor License | | Agreement which you can print off on the Apache web site and fax into | | the ASF secretary. | | | | Email me privately to get this organised. | | | | | | --------------------------------------------------------------------- | | To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] | | For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] | | | | | |>
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