[TYPO3-core] Ann: TYPO3 Core Team Guide

Michael Stucki michael at typo3.org
Thu Apr 26 08:37:42 CEST 2007

I added this now.

- michael

Dmitry Dulepov wrote:

> Dmitry Dulepov wrote:
>> Hi!
>> Michael Stucki wrote:
>>> I'm happy to present the first public draft for the upcoming core team
>>> guide.
>>> The goal of this document is to explain the common principles for
>>> participating in this team.
>>> The document is not yet "stable" which means that those rules which
>>> are not used up to now are left up for discussion currently. Feel free
>>> to comment on that.
>>> I'm looking forward to discuss this document with you at T3Board or in
>>> this list in case you are not joining that party...
>> Looks good.
> I thought for a while and have something to add :)
> Chapter "SVN policy":
> ----------------------
> *Committing rules*
> Each change must be committed to SVN together (as one revision!) with an
> entry in ChangeLog file and SVN comment. SVN comment must be the same
> (or close) to comment in ChangeLog. Foe example, if entry in ChangeLog
> looks like:
>    31-12-2007 John Doe        <john.doe at typo3.org>
>      * Fixed bug #9999: TYPO3 does not show "Hello, world!" properly
> than SVN comment should be:
>      Fixed bug #9999: TYPO3 does not show "Hello, world!" properly
> Avoid committing many changes at one. "Many changes" here means many
> unrelated bug fixes or many new features or new feature(s) plus bug
> fix(es) unless they are part of each other. Such separate commits help
> to understand what was really changed for the specific feature or bug
> and how. If necessary such change can be easily reverted.
> ----------------------
> What do you think?

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