fixes to squeakmap/squeakpeople packages
iho at gmx.de
Wed Dec 15 20:08:35 UTC 2004
I think squeaksourc is not _exactly_ meant for this. I haven't tried,
but I assume that only maintainers of a package are allowed to commit to
a squeaksource repository.
And as maintainer/user of a package that's exactly how I want it to be.
I would not like having just everyone being able to update a package on
But a central way to upload non-maintainer changes would be very helpful
to get fixes done.
stéphane ducasse wrote:
> normally squeaksource is done exactly for what you are looking for but
> then people should use it.
> Not your fault.
> On 15 déc. 04, at 10:10, Ingo Hohmann wrote:
>> I guess that I'm not the only/first one having done this, so I guess
>> much of this effort gets lost, it would be nice to have a central
>> point for managing thing like this, my ideas so far:
>> - an "incoming" directory on squeaksource, where anyone can dump
>> updated packages, which will then be somehow forwarded to the package
>> - a central "fixes" mailing list, which essentially does the same.
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