I'm working to get access on cvs.hungry.com.
> FWIW, I like the idea of at least having anonymous CVS access and
> >regular snapshot releases / diffs (doesn't have to be
> nightly). That way, people would have more of a chance to try
> compiling and running the new stuff in a variety of different
> configurations (and a variety of different GCC versions :-) right up
> to the minute an official release is made.
Yes, that would be very nice. Who will need write access to the
repository? Only David Mosberger-Tang? I would expect a mailinglist
receiving info when changes are made. I suggest someone make
email@example.com, and I'll redirect commit messages to this
> I think I strongly encouraged people to test out the pre1.0 releases
> and it's not my fault if people don't test it on platforms other
> than Linux until after 1.0 was released.
It would be much easier if I was able to keep up to date with all new
patches to the source.
> Maybe the real issue is that we may need/want a sane-testers mailing
> list so people can be alerted to impending new releases without
> having to deal with the volumes of mail on sane-devel. I'd be happy
> to maintain such a list.
I don't think this will solve the problem. I will make a CVS
repository for SANE, and I hope you are interested in using it to
maintain the source.
If not, I will use it for keeping track of patches posted to the list,
and let all other interested users fetch the source using anonymous
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