Re: [README] Need two teams for working on sawfish (also for non-developers)

Am Samstag, den 26.09.2009, 12:01 -0500 schrieb Jeremy Hankins:
> Ok, I'm happy to go through and do the whitespace cleanup.  I figure
> I'll also remove the $Id$ and datestamp tags while I'm at it, unless
> there's a reason to keep them.
> After looking it over it should be fairly automate-able.  There are a
> few cases where emacs auto-indentation doesn't give the correct result:
> one is let-fluids (should be like let, imo), and the other is cases
> where the elisp-style ;/;;/;;; practice isn't followed -- mostly cases
> where a single ; is used for comments that should be justified to the
> code (i.e., ;;).  But both of those lead to lots of text all the way to
> the right after auto-indentation, so they're pretty easy to catch.
> I'll provide a patch for that, then I'll take a look at the remaining
> defuns.  If the prompt patch is accepted there aren't all that many
> left.

I guess it would be much easier for you to do this stuff with
git-access. So If you want, go get an account!

> I'm also happy to help with the commenting and docstrings, but hopefully
> with a fairly large team to help.... ;)  That'll be much more labor and
> thought intensive, but probably a good way to become familiar with the
> code.

Of course I'll also help, but there's other stuff to do, too.

I hope more people than you will help us.

Thanks for your efforts,

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