[Gtkradiant] project management

Timothee Besset ttimo at idsoftware.com
Thu Sep 14 10:36:37 CDT 2006

Here are the people that currently have write access to the SVN repository:
SmallPileOfGibs, LordHavoc and namespace

I'm not involved in GtkRadiant development anymore. The last version I
contributed to was release 1.4. I still maintain the servers and do misc
admin things.

The addition of LordHavoc and namespace to the commiters is fairly new.
I did that so more people than Spog can look at patches and apply fixes.
I don't mind adding new people too once they have contributed a few
patches and fixes and the other devs agree on the changes. Anyone can
get involved really, post patches here and/or to bugzilla.

Spog has made quite a number of changes in the 1.5 release, but I think
last "nightly build" installer is a bit dated. The project seems to
otherwise suffer from a lack of directions. Maybe it would be time to
package up 1.5 into a stable release ( Shaderman was looking at
producing installers I believe ).

Most of the interest nowadays on GtkRadiant is around Quake4 editing and
projects based on the GPL'ed source of the Quake series games. It's a
pretty interesting endeavor to support the Quake-tech based indie games
out there.

bugzilla should not be assigning new bugs to me. If it does I should
probably look at fixing that. Feel free to reassign anything that's
assigned to me to someone else ( you! ) for fixing.

The wiki may be spam trashed, but after a quick scan it doesn't look
that bad. Feel free to go through and remove some of it. The top pages
are locked so you have to dig to find the spam. I don't feel the wiki
has that much importance that I'd warrant converting it to something
more solid, that would for instance protect any editing with captchas.
Still, if someone wants to undertake the task, I can look at giving access.


Ondřej Světlík wrote:
> Hello all,
> after the last commit I have a few questions.
> 1) who is the manager of this project?
> 2) is there a list of active developers or testers?
> I'm going to install a 32 bit OS to be able to test my changes on both
> 32 and 64 bit linux platforms. I would really like to help with the
> development, but for now I'm a bit upset.
> The wiki is full of "buy viagra" and bugzilla is full of "assigned to
> ttimo" ;-).
> How about to give it some form and direction? May be I'm all wrong and
> everything works just fine, if so, feel free to blame me.
> To be understood well, I don't want to throw dirt at the project at
> all, there are many great things done, I just want to help. I'm pretty
> sure ttimo and others are too busy to do all the work, so let's
> distribute it a little ;-).
> Best regards
> Ondrej Svetlik
> aka
> -oxs
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