I agree. Perhaps Chris can do this for his MacTrek source as well.


On 2/22/07, Stephen Thorne <stephen.thorne at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2/23/07, Colin MacDonald <rogerborg at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hmm, those are (temporary!) info-borg hacks so that I can more easily
> > compare what I see on the 3D screen with the definitive 2D client during
> > testing.  They're not proposed changes to the 2D client.
> >
> > I will make the full source available closer to completion (or more likely
> > abandonment ;) ) but it's in bits and pieces just now and I don't think
> > there's anything particularly interesting in it.
> Past experience has shown that source that is not released is lost.
> What I recommend is doing both of these things:
>  - release a compressed archive of all your source
>  - release a diff -u of the source tree you started with, and the
> source that you've got now.
> Do both of those, and we can garantee that your changes are recorded
> for a Long Time, and we will be able to figure out who wrote what.
> I recognise that you might think that things aren't 'clean' enough
> yet, but please, release early, release often.
> --
> Stephen Thorne
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>   --Jonathan Lange
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