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Lucidquiet

Open Source question.

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I've never truly committed anything I have written back to an open source project. I know how to use CVS, and SVN. But what is the process for actually submitting or contributing anything to an open source project. The problem I see is that how do they expect the source, or whatever. Email seems a little rediculouse, and I haven't tried, but I don't think that I could simply commit my changes. Just wonderring, L-

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Most projects prefer patches (diff's) against a recent revision. However, this can very.. Best bet is to ask/look at the specific projects requirements.

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