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SubjectRe: Maintainers master list?
** Reply to message from "Eric S. Raymond" <esr@thyrsus.com> on Fri, 22 Jun
2001 17:09:45 -0400


> What happens now when somebody takes over responsibility for a file
> or subsystem and the MAINTAINERS file doesn't get patched, either because
> that person forgets to send a MAINTAINERS update or Linus doesn't
> happen to take the MAINTAINERS patch for a while?

Wouldn't this whole problem go away if the kernel source were stored in a
master CVS repository? Maintainers would have write access to their respective
code, but only Linus and Alan would have delete access. Everyone else would
have read-only access.


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