[development] Where to ask CVS questions?

Nathaniel Catchpole NCatchpole at brookehouse.ac.uk
Thu Mar 29 08:34:27 UTC 2007

I have one of those messages on this work e-mail account as well (and
it'll probably append itself to this message). The way I see it, the
list is the intended recipient so no trouble with the disclaimer
technically at this end, and my work knows I'm on open-source mailing
lists, but I tend to only lurk on here and support whilst at work
because I know it's annoying nonetheless.

Actually, on that note, my work firewall blocks the CVS port for
drupal.org - is there a non-advertised port that I could get to it on (I
know some repositories do this). I'm only using it to make patches with
Tortoise at this point but it'd be handy to be able to do that here
rather than at home. No worries if not, but worth asking since it came

Nat (catch)

-----Original Message-----
From: Jakob Petsovits 

Er? You do know that this message gets posted to a public mailing list
will automatically be "retransmitted" to a public web server where you 
can "review" and "disseminate" the mailing list archive for a long long

I mean, I know that this disclaimer is an automatically appended
but I find it very inappropriate for an open source development mailing


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