There's no established criteria really.  Once you feel you made a 
substantial contribution to the development of a certain module, add 
yourself.  Fixing a buglet here or there usually doesn't cut it.  Making an 
overhaul, adding a new set of functions/functionality, etc. - that usually 
cuts it...


At 02:18 14/3/2001, Sean R. Bright wrote:
>At what point would one add themselves to the list of Authors in a given
>source file?  This may sound like a dumb question and I am not going to
>start submitting patches specifically to add myself as author or anything, I
>was just curious as to if there was some criteria it was based on.
>Sean Bright
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