On Mon, 25 Feb 2008, Uzma Khawaja wrote:
> 1. If someone wants to work on a feature or bug, is he/she required to
> get permission before working? Is he/she REQUIRED to join the community?
Anyone is free to work on any item they desire. It's wise to check in
first for advice and to make sure two people aren't working on the same
item, but nothing is stopping people from working on their own. The
entire concept of "joining the community" is a little vague. There's
nothing to join other than this mailing list and joining the list is open
> 2. What tools do you use to manage the project (to track the progress,
> assigning tasks, manage the features and bugs, maintaining patches etc).
This mailing list is the primary source for all discussion, patch
distribution, review and everything else. We've got a CVS repository 
to distribute the code. Recently I've put a lot of the open items into
the gforge trackers , but that's really just a summary of previous
mailing list discussions organized in one place rather than an alternate
stream of new information.
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