It is part of a reason, though it's not a primary reason.  The number one reason is 
that the area I have most understanding in is layout and it seems Keiron's setting the 
pace there, so I'm watching, waiting, and learning.  Anomalous document resolution and 
overconstraint relaxing, which is an area I'd like to develop out, is something that's 
still working nebulously in my mind and on the Wiki, especially since I think it will 
have to be grafted on to the layout system at hand, and I'm watching where things go 
with that.

So I guess I'm saying I don't *NEED* R/W access.

As for my mail client...pretty much, yes, I am.  It's a standard at my company.  The 
only other option is for me to switch to my private email account and start using a 
web-based client.  If it's annoying people, I can.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jeremias Maerki [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 8:59 AM
Subject: Re: Integration of Peter's work

Processing properly generated unified diffs is not much of a problem. It
would be cool if you could help, too. We can use all the help we can get.

Just curious: Is the missing R/W access to CVS a reason for you not to

(another little thing: Are you forced to use that particular mail client
you currently use?)

On 23.01.2003 14:39:25 Rhett Aultman wrote:
> If clear documentation of what needs to be done can be produced, I'm
> willing to offer my time to it, too, though I don't know if my not
> having R/W access to the CVS would make me an unsuitable candidate.

Jeremias Maerki

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