Problems getting developer access to the xorg cvs

Amir Bukhari ufz6 at
Fri Oct 29 17:52:00 PDT 2004

> But I do feel that CVS access should be a priviledge granted sometime after a 
> person has individually shown themselves to be a worthwhile & useful 
> developer.  It's obviously a lot less contentious to weed people out *before* 
> granting CVS access to being in a position later on where you have to yank it, 
> which is always going to lead to hard feelings.
I work on LG project, which use Xorg and I made alot of bugs fixed for that release.
our release was not before in Xserver CVS, therefore you don't have got
my patches.
you do also a lot of works for DRI.
> So, in respect to your developer, I don't see any posts to this list from him 
> (though I don't have a full archive, so I could be wrong) - shouldn't some 
> basic participation in the public lists be a prerequisite to CVS access?
correct your wrong here. I have posts alot of topic on this list and
also on DRI list (because we also should support GL redirection in the

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