New module: kdeaccessibility
neil at qualityassistant.com
Sun Jan 5 22:33:34 GMT 2003
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On Sunday January 05, 2003 02:25, Rob Kaper wrote:
> On Sunday January 5 2003 10:13 pm, Waldo Bastian wrote:
> > There are entries in bugs.kde.org for each app/component. Other than
> > that we have a few "MAINTAINERS" files throughout cvs where the
> > maintainers for specific files are listed.
> The "a few files throughout cvs" bothers me a bit.. does anyone know
> exactly what components make lookups and changes where so we can try to
> keep the duplication to a minimum?
Well, I put a MAINTAINERS file into kdelibs/kdecore and kdelibs/kdeui
because those two directories are not run as single packages, and because
it's not always clear who should be consulted about individual files in
there. A MAINTAINERS file should only exist for directories like these
that lack clarity.
Most parts of KDE have their own bugs.kde.org component and don't need
in-source documentation of maintainership (to go out of date).
Neil Stevens - neil at qualityassistant.com
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."
-- George Santayana
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