BTW, where is the code repository for the project? Would prefer to see
evidence of outside patches previously being accepted in the tree itself.
I am sorry to be so paranoid... but I have been burned before.
On Fri, Jul 30, 2010 at 10:50 AM, Christine <christine(a)christine.nl> wrote:
On 07/30/2010 05:26 PM, fred trotter wrote:
I have been thinking of trying to get Djigzo to function as an
unofficial third implementation of the new NHIN Direct standard (which
how most doctors in the United States will do
direct messaging starting
However, I would want to get a confirmation that the Djigzo
project will accept patches I make to the codebase for this purpose. I do
not really have that much time to work on this, and if I do contribute I
want to verify that it is not in vain.
I think that would depend on the patches, but if the patches and changes
and addition add to the usability of the product, I can't think of a
reason why they wouldn't be happily accepted and incorporated in the
product. If needed, we can work with you to make these changes.
Are there examples of patches to
Djigzo from the community
have been accepted into the Djigzo tree? I need
to determine, quickly if
this is a "collaborative" project or merely an "openly developed"
dagdag is just a two-character rotation of byebye.
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