[TAG] Issue 150
lynx at luchs.at
Thu May 8 00:17:55 MSD 2008
On May 06, 2008 at 1153 -0400, Ben Okopnik appeared and said:
> On Sun, May 04, 2008 at 09:01:10PM +0200, Ren? Pfeiffer wrote:
> > [...]
> > The first thing that springs to my mind is some sort of coordination
> > between the (technical) proof-readers. Quite often I don't know if
> > someone is working (or is going to work) on an article and if someone
> > needs help when proof-reading an article. Maybe checking the subversion
> > log is sufficient, but I think there should be some words describing
> > what to do and what to look for. There is a workflow description in the
> > "Proofreading LG" FAQ section, but I seldom see the "Editing XYZ"
> > messages in the log.
> In theory, everybody _should_ be using those - as well as setting and
> clearing the bits they're working on/are done with. Unfortunately, given
> the usual minimal level of activity in the repository (except my rushing
> about at the end of the month), that can be hard to track.
I confess, I don't use the subversion very often. This is mainly because
it's a pull log instead of a push log. Exporting the logs to a kind of
editors mailing list would be a way to push the information. It's just a
thought since in times of stress I cling to my email inbox and sort
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