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Re: [fluid-dev] Re: [PATCH] Updated requested changes to FluidSynth-ADDE
Re: [fluid-dev] Re: [PATCH] Updated requested changes to FluidSynth-ADDENDUM
Sun, 07 Sep 2008 12:41:45 -0700
On Sun, 2008-09-07 at 21:14 +0200, Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas wrote:
> On Sunday, September 7, 2008, Josh Green wrote:
> > Thanks for the attention you have given FluidSynth. Its been difficult
> > for me to be a decent maintainer for FluidSynth and attend to my other
> > projects (Swami, libinstpatch, etc) also.
> Is there a source repository for FluidSynth anywere? Would you agree if
> someone requests read/write permission to the source repository?
Yes, I'm currently hosting a subversion repository and Trac system on
resonance.org http://fluidsynth.resonance.org. Everyone has read
permission. I would be happy to give anyone write permission that seems
competent in making changes and what not. You and Chris Collins seem
like good candidates. It would make things easier for me as well. Does
this sound good to you guys?
If anyone else is interested in subversion write access, please speak
up. In particular, anyone who had developer access to the old CVS
repository, I would grant permission without question.
> Another question: Could you please send answers to the patches posted to the
> mailing list, with a simple yes/no and a brief comment explaining why not, if
I just applied your patch and will check it in shortly, the one which
adds a device setting for the Winmidi driver. I'm also applying all of
Chris Collins changes and the patch by Nicolas Boulicault which adds a
MIDI port name option.
Please let me know if I'm overlooking another important patch. I let
things go for too long without properly tracking submissions. It would
be a lot easier if those submitting changes and what not were to use the
Trac system ;) I seem to remember there were various windows build
related patches, but I'm not finding them at the moment.