On Tuesday, 19 February 2002 at 0:00:19 -0800, Peter Wemm wrote:
> Julian Elischer wrote:
>> I'd prefer to be working on a branch of CVS if it weren't for the people
>> that would scream whenever I moved my merged tag up.
>> (eek eek cvsup bloat).
>> That way i would have a dozen people helping me but with my code in P4 I
>> have me and occasionally Peter.
> Everybody who can commit to cvs on freefall also has p4 access.
Well, I certainly missed this.
> The set of people who can help is exactly the same. In fact, we
> even have a couple of non-comitters with access. As I posted
> the instructions are in
> http://people.freebsd.org/~peter/p4cookbook.txt, and the 'p4newuser'
> command on freefall is what is run to activate it. If we want a
> majordomo [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list (or something like that,
> as an analog to [EMAIL PROTECTED]), I can have that set up as
Am I the only person who, despite careful scrutiny, missed this
announcement? I would have thought that this would at least have been
worth a HEADS UP and prior discussion in -core. I've just checked my
-core archive, and though we discuss this repo from time to time,
there was nothing there to suggest that it was publicly available.
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