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 Post subject: CMS Developers rules and guidelines
PostPosted: Thu Jul 27, 2006 1:20 am 
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Because of a few issues related to errors, and notices not being detected till just prior to a release

we now REQUIRE that all developers with write access to the CMS core change their error_reporting
in the php.ini to:

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error_reporting = E_ALL


Sorry, I don't mean to offend anybody, but this caused a last minute hiccup in the 1.0-beta1 release, and since the developers team is getting a bit larger these days, it may be a good idea to set a few rules down.

Lets consider this little one the first.

Does anybody have any other ideas?

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 Post subject: CMS Developers rules and guidelines: Rule #2
PostPosted: Thu Jul 27, 2006 1:29 am 
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The second "rule" we've come up with due to these last minute commits, is this.... again, I'm sorry if anybody gets offended...

Shortly (a day or so) prior to the generation of a Beta or a final release we will call "Commit Cuttoff".  This means that no developer should commit changes to the core without getting secondary approval from another CMS core developer.

This is done to have a second set of eyes look at the code before it's committed.  That second set of eyes should actually test the code and make sure that the change works for them, and doesn't introduce anything obviously wrong. 

We're not trying to impede development of CMS here people, we encourage your contributions.  However we are trying to ensure that the released product doesn't have any glaring errors, and to generally improve on the quality, and the appearance of quality to the users.

Of course, the benevolent dictator is excused from this condition.... After all, it is his project  :) :)

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 Post subject: Re: CMS Developers rules and guidelines
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