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gigaherz wrote:...the deadline for handing over my final project at university is next Friday, and the defense for the project a couple weeks after that.
You have my best wishes and prayers for the success of your project and its successful defense, gigaherz.

The rate of commits to ReactOS from all contributors seemed to increase as August ended. I am grateful for the work of all who code, commit, test, write, document, and develop for the ReactOS project. Thank you all.

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Good luck and well done!
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Good luck with your thesis/paper, Giga.

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A heads-up to everyone: we finished on time, and I'm back to ros. Which you may have noticed if you follow the commits. ;P

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gigaherz wrote:.... if you follow the commits. ;P
I would if I could find them.... (i can't since the site overhaul)

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rembrandt wrote:
gigaherz wrote:.... if you follow the commits. ;P
I would if I could find them.... (i can't since the site overhaul)
You will find a lot of commit messages in the Jira Dashboard (click on Bugtracker at the top of this page), but that is possibly not what you were looking for.
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rembrandt wrote:I would [follow the commits] if I could find them.... (i can't since the site overhaul)
I often use this page instead of the JIRA Dashboard.

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You can also follow the commits from gigaherz at http://code.reactos.org/user/gigaherz

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I'd just suggest you go with: http://code.reactos.org/changelog/~br=s ... ts/reactos

You can even get an RSS link from there: http://code.reactos.org/changelog/~br%3 ... 0&RSS=true

I have had the trunk one in my rss aggregator for ages ;P.

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gigaherz wrote:I'd just suggest you go with: http://code.reactos.org/changelog/~br=s ... ts/reactos

You can even get an RSS link from there: http://code.reactos.org/changelog/~br%3 ... 0&RSS=true

I have had the trunk one in my rss aggregator for ages ;P.
Thanks!
I would suggest placing a link to http://code.reactos.org/changelog/~br=trunk/reactos/ to either the main page or the trunk daily build page.

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