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Re: [sysvinit-devel] Sysvinit-devel Digest, Vol 47, Issue 1

From: Jesse Smith
Subject: Re: [sysvinit-devel] Sysvinit-devel Digest, Vol 47, Issue 1
Date: Mon, 1 Jan 2018 13:28:42 -0400
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>    1. Re: Checking for a pulse (Petter Reinholdtsen)
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> From: Petter Reinholdtsen <address@hidden>
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> Subject: Re: [sysvinit-devel] Checking for a pulse
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> [Jesse Smith]
>> Thanks very much for accepting me on board. Is there a review process
>> for accepting new patches/changes? I've been working on a handful of
>> minor issues and would like to get them looked at/approved. Right now
>> all my changes have been uploaded to the GitHub account under the
>> Savannah branch (see above), but if this group has another approved way
>> to share patches I'll use it.
> Not really.  There is a coverity check that would be good to use to
> ensure no regressions are introduced, but that is about it.
> Perhaps a good start is to migrate sysvinit upstream to git?

I think switching to git makes sense. The source tree as it is, with the
"tags" and "trunk" directories, is fairly easy to navigate but maybe
redundant? Long term, git will probably make merging patch sets from
various distros easier.

Plus, once we have an official git upstream I should be able to simply
import my branch for people to test.

- Jesse

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