[mythtv] mythtv- code architecture
asherml at gmail.com
Wed Jun 13 21:07:52 UTC 2007
I've been thinking of making some patches which are just comments for
the code to document what (little) I am able to figure out. How large
would you want the patches? I know generally smaller is better for
actual features, so that review is not too painful. Would the same
thing be true for comments? I suppose I could open a single ticket
and attach many small patches to be reviewed in bite-sized chunks as
time permitted. My fear is that I'll be WRONG about the conclusions
I've come to, so I don't want them checked in without being read over
by someone with actual understanding of the code.
On 6/13/07, Daniel Kristjansson <danielk at cuymedia.net> wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-06-13 at 15:20 -0400, hendrixski wrote:
> > Good documentation lowers the barrier to entry for new developers who
> > can make solid contributions. Making that documentation easily
> > accessible wouldn't be a bad idea either.
> If you write any developer docs, doxygen or any other type,
> I'll be glad to commit these to the tree and mirror the
> results of 'cd mythtv/docs; make devdocs' at cuymedia.net.
> I think writing developer documentation for MythTV is a good
> way to learn the code.
> -- Daniel
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