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From robert burrell donkin <>
Subject Re: [Jelly] current and future status?
Date Sat, 03 Apr 2004 14:58:57 GMT
On 3 Apr 2004, at 15:18, korebantic wrote:

> What is the proper procedure for submitting patches
> against jelly, and adding new features like new tag
> libraries, etc?

here at apache, those worthy individuals who contribute in this way are 
known as developers (because they develop the software). take a look at 
the following pages:

please remember that you'll need to be able to grant copyright to the 
ASF for all patches you contribute. if it's a substantial body of work 
or if the code is derived from a copyrighted work then we may need you 
to sign a contributor's license agreement.

me and paul are probably the most active jelly committers at the moment 
and it's not my highest priority so you might need to be a little 
patient (and polite reminders may sometimes be needed). good 
documentation and unit tests for your changes will strongly increase 
the chances of your code being committed by me (since i have to write 
these if they are not present).

- robert

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