|CVS Table of Contents||Last edited by Brian on Sep 27, 2001 10:31 am|
Our public CVS repository (see http://cvs.zope.org for a web view) provides read-only and selective write access to the source code for Zope's and related projects - the CMF, StandaloneZODB, and so forth. Public CVS access and co-development with the community are critical to Zope's evolution.
See CVSResources for pointers to CVS background information, and ZopeCVSFAQ for instructions on key CVS operations for use with our repository.
ReadOnlyAccess describes how to to hookup with the CVS repository to track changes.
RepositoryProjects describes the projects in the repository, including information about their focus, managers, and checkin-notice distribution maillists so you can follow the checkins for the projects.
See RepositoryOrganization for details about the structure and contents of our repository.
http://cvs.zope.org presents a web interface by which you can browse the repository - visit there for instructions.
There are many ways to contribute - see GettingInvolved (non-wiki).
Zope Corp. developers and selected members of the community have write access to the repository.
The Zope repository is now being opened to checkins from the community. ContributorIntroduction gives background information on the approach. ContributorFAQ summarizes questions and answers. Finally, the Zope Contributor Agreement is the legal agreement that gets signed and returned.
WriteAccess contains the policies and procedures for write-access to the CVS repository (and it contains CommitterGuidelines, required reading for anyone with write access).
ZopeDevelopmentProcess provides details about the who, what, when and where of changing the Zope code. This is more detailed than the CommitterGuidelines, and talks about exactly where changes should go for features and bug fixes, relation to releases, etc.
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