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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, 7 Sep 2008 23:22:56 +0200
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On Sunday, September 7, 2008, Josh Green wrote:
> Hello Pedro,
> On Sun, 2008-09-07 at 21:14 +0200, Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 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 necessary?
> 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.
You only need to reply to every patch submitted to the mailing list that you
prefer them attached to a trac ticket. I've just opened a trac account now. A
short sentence in the wiki page-contributions section would also help. Now
that I have a trac account I should do it myself, I guess :)