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Re: [Taler] Documentation patches

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: [Taler] Documentation patches
Date: Sun, 6 Nov 2022 22:33:07 +0100
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Great, all applied, thank you! -Christian

On 11/6/22 22:01, Florian Jung via Taler wrote:
Dear Christian,

I've attached my three patches formatted using `git format-patch`, so `git am` should be able to apply them.

Thanks and have a great evening!

On 11/6/22 09:13, Christian Grothoff wrote:
Dear Florian,

We only require CA for full Git access, if you just have a small correction, you can send it here (or via PM to any developer, or as a bug report to bugs.taler.net). You can send it as a diff (documentation original is git.taler.net/docs.git) or even just explaining what is wrong if you cannot do a diff. We only do the CA for significant contributors.

Happy hacking!


On 11/6/22 03:29, Florian Jung via Taler wrote:
Hi everyone,

I just started tinkering around with GNU Taler a bit, and it appears I started right away into the new 0.9 version :D.

However, the documentation at https://docs.taler.net/taler-exchange-manual.html has some minor issues which I fixed in my local working copy when I noticed them. Now I wonder what would be the best way to actually submit these patches. Going through that copyright agreement process seems a bit tedious for just a couple of changed lines in the documentations. Is it required or is there an easier way?



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