HEADS UP: doc/ slush
Bruce A. Mah
bmah at freebsd.org
Wed Dec 10 17:12:29 UTC 2003
If memory serves me right, Dag-Erling =?iso-8859-1?q?Sm=F8rgrav?= wrote:
> bmah at freebsd.org (Bruce A. Mah) writes:
> > This affects non-committers as well, in that some people who work on
> > translations aren't committers.
> The chances of a heads up getting lost in the noise is much higher on
> -doc than on doc-developers. You should at the very least Bcc:
> doc-developers on announcements like this.
> > I generally expect that people who do a serious amount of work in doc/
> > are also reading the doc@ list.
> Sure, and src committers read -current, but the code freeze is still
> announced on developers (though it should really go to src-developers)
This isn't an apt analogy but I'm juggling too many things to get into
a debate about this.
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