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Re: Time to STOP pasting code into emails :)

On Tue, Jul 24, 2007 at 02:16:43PM +0200, Mohammed Adnène Trojette wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 24, 2007, Mohammed Sameer wrote:
> > Why post code from the beginning ?
> > I'm not following the thread but I guess the moment we start sharing an amount
> > of code that triggers the attention of someone the moment we should start using a RCS.
> > Maybe a distributed one ?
> Because these are the first contributions of these valuable people.
> So we need to evaluate them before giving them an RCS account ;-)
> And yes, the attached patches are the best way. It would be even better
> if their subject were tagged accordingly (like [PATCH]).
> Moreover, code snippets on pastebin and Co are here for live debugging,
> not submitting patches, all the more that they are often temporarily
> available online.
> But Mohammed, you're definitely right. It will soon be the time to give
> them access to the repositories!

That's why I said "distributed". I'm only afraid the code will be scattered here and there.

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