Re: GPL development etiquette



Bob Tennent writes:
The maintainer should be doing that. The Changelog isn't yours to change.

If you are creating a fork (which should be avoided if possible) you should
document your changes in the changelog. You will be supporting the fork
from now on: it's your changelog now. If you are submitting a patch let
the maintainer deal with the changelog.
--
John Hasler
john@xxxxxxxxxx
Dancing Horse Hill
Elmwood, WI USA
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