On Wed, 18 Jul 2007 00:24:07 +0800, leo wrote:
> Here is the helper process I propose to help more people to participate.
> Suggestions and comments are welcomed.
I think this seems mostly good. I will try to comment a bit.
> 1) Developer who can't speak English or has a problem going through the
I think early stage of developer may have "difficulty of using
English". I think this may better than "can't speak".
> submission process sends patches to the Language maintainer and cc the
> local mail list provided.
> 2) Language maintainer and experienced Linux developer on the local mail
> list can review the patch and give comments in native language.
In the review process, translated document of HOWTO,
SubmittingPatches, CodingStyle and SummitChecklist are used in the
local mail list.
> 3) When the language maintainer thinks the patch is good in general, he
> will pass the patch onto corresponding subsystem maintainer and mail
> list for further review, cc the author and local list.
> 4) The author communicates directly with the community.
> 5) If the author has a problem understanding the comments or expressing
> himself in English, he can ask for help in native language on the local
> list. The language maintainer and the developers on the list are
> responsible to help out.
> 6) When the developer gets familiar with the submission process and can
> go through it with no problem, he can then submit patch directly without
> the helper process and probably join the mail list to help other new
> - Leo
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