On 21 Nov, 17:29, Graham Charters <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> Yes, this is the right place to discuss additions to the Bindings.
> Looking forward to your thoughts...
> Regards, Graham.
> On 21 Nov, 16:41, Tom <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > For the bugs, these should be raised on the bugs system, and if you have
> > > proposed patches you should make them accessible so that a developer can
> > > review them.
> > Only fixed one small bug so far. I'll report it.
> > > For the new features, you should start some discussions about your
> > > proposals here on the list, so that interested parties, both developers
> > > and users, can comment. After that would be the time to discuss
> > > integrating code into the repository.
> > The new features are extending some of the Bindings. Is this the right
> > forum for discussing additions to those?
> > /Tom

Hi All

I should also add that the project is trying ensure that the code base
in CVS has a known IP provenance so that everyone can use it with some
confidence. This is a bit of a new thing for a PECL  project so to
make this work there is an Apache style CLA [1] in place. People sign
up when they want to start contributing code other than bug reports.
The CLA is some legalise that IBM concocted (I'm an IBMer)  to confirm
that any code that is contributed is yours to contribute. This may all
sound a bit onerous but hopefully it's fairly simple and useful in the
long run. Be interested on some feedback on this process.



[1] http://cvs.php.net/viewvc.cgi/pecl/sdo/CLA?view=markup
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