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[Freeciv] Submit patch to JitterBug,

[Freeciv] Submit patch to JitterBug,

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To: David Pfitzner <dwp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: bdbryant@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, freeciv@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [Freeciv] Submit patch to JitterBug,
From: Nicolas Brunel <brunel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 2 Jul 1999 11:18:36 +0000 (GMT)

> That is fair enough.  But I think it should not be too hard to get
> reasonable changes included.  Things which may help:
>  - Discuss proposed changes on freeciv-dev first;
>  - If possible, submit preliminary patches to freeciv-dev for comments;
>  - Try to make things easy for the maintainers!  Eg, follow the
>    guidelines in
>  - Persistence helps!  If a patch seems to have been ignored after 
>    some time, a polite reminder/query to the maintainers may be 
>    appropriate.  
>  - Submit patches to the bug tracking system.  This will make it 
>    harder for the patch to be forgotten or ignored.

The main aim of 1.8.1 was the integration of the gtk client.
It is now fullfilled and lots of improvements has been done to it.
The drawback of all of that, lots of patch are waiting. The best is to 
submit them to JitterBug. 


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