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[reactos.git] / MAINTAINERS
1 List of maintainers for the ReactOS project
2
3 This file purpose is to give newcomers to the projet the responsible
4 developers when submitting a pull request on GitHub, or opening a bug
5 report on Jira.
6
7 This file will notably establish who is responsible for a specific
8 area of ReactOS. Being a maintainer means the following:
9 - that person has good knownledge in the area
10 - that person is able to enforce consistency in the area
11 - that person may be available for giving help in the area
12 - that person has push access on the repository
13 Being a maintainer does not mean the following:
14 - that person is dedicated to the area
15 - that person is working full-time on the area/on ReactOS
16 - that person is paid
17 - that person is always available
18
19 We have no supported (paid) areas in ReactOS.
20
21 When submitting a pull request on GitHub and looking for reviewers,
22 look at that file and ask for a review from some of the people (M, R
23 - the most recently active in the area) listed in the matching area,
24 also, assign the pull request to the M person. Don't ask for a review
25 from all the listed reviewers.
26 Also, when submitted a pull request on GitHub, rules defined in
27 CONTRIBUTING.md apply. And if the maintainer is not available and
28 reviewers approved the pull request, developers feeling confident
29 can merge the pull request. Note that reviewers do not necessarily
30 have push access to the repository.
31 When submitting a bug report on Jira, if you want to be sure to have
32 a developer with skills in that area, write @nick from M people.
33
34 There should be one and only one primary maintainer per area.
35
36 In case of 3rd party code (also refered as upstream), the maintainer
37 is responsible of updating periodically the source code and of
38 managing local patches. He is not here to upstream code on your behalf.
39 As responsible, he may refuse a local patch if you did not try to
40 upstream your changes.
41
42 If you want to get listed in that file, either put yourself in the
43 file and push it, or open a pull request. You can also ask a person
44 who has push access to add yourself.
45
46 This file uses a similar format to the Linux kernel MAINTAINERS file.
47 Descriptions of section entries used here:
48 M: Primary maintainer. Assign them pull requests
49 Use the GitHub, Jira, Real Name format for entry, squash if
50 some are overlapping
51 R: Reviewers. Ask them for review on pull requests
52 S: Status, one of the following:
53 Maintained: Someone is handling that area
54 Upstream: This is 3rd party code, synced in our tree
55 Abandoned: No one is handling that code anymore
56 F: Files. Directories, files (wildcards allowed) covered in
57 this area
58 C: Comments
59
60 ACPI
61 M:
62 R: ThFabba, Thomas Faber
63 S: Maintained
64 F: drivers/bus/acpi/
65 F: hal/halx86/acpi/
66
67 ACPICA Library
68 M: ThFabba, Thomas Faber
69 S: Upstream
70 F: drivers/bus/acpi/acpica/
71
72 Apisets
73 M: learn-more, learn_more, Mark Jansen
74 S: Maintained
75 F: dll/apisets
76
77 Application Compatibility subystem
78 M: learn-more, learn_more, Mark Jansen
79 S: Maintained
80 F: dll/appcompat
81 F: dll/shellext/acppage
82 F: ntoskrnl/ps/apphelp.c
83
84 Cache Manager
85 M: HeisSpiter, Pierre Schweitzer
86 S: Maintained
87 F: modules/rostests/kmtests/ntos_cc/
88 F: ntoskrnl/cc/
89
90 Cache Manager Rewrite
91 S: Abandoned
92 F: ntoskrnl/cache/
93
94 CMake Build Scripts
95 M:
96 R: learn-more, learn_more, Mark Jansen
97 R: ThFabba, Thomas Faber
98 S: Maintained
99 F: sdk/cmake/
100 F: */CMakeLists.txt
101 F: */*.cmake
102
103 File Systems
104 M: HeisSpiter, Pierre Schweitzer
105 S: Maintained
106 F: drivers/filesystems/
107 F: sdk/lib/fslib/
108 C: Also see "Upstream File Systems"
109
110 File Systems Run Time Library
111 M: HeisSpiter, Pierre Schweitzer
112 S: Maintained
113 F: modules/rostests/kmtests/ntos_fsrtl/
114 F: modules/rostests/kmtests/novp_fsrtl/
115 F: ntoskrnl/fsrtl/
116 F: sdk/lib/drivers/ntoskrnl_vista/fsrtl.c
117
118 HID Drivers
119 M:
120 R: ThFabba, Thomas Faber
121 S: Maintained
122 F: drivers/hid/
123
124 Kernel
125 M:
126 R: HeisSpiter, Pierre Schweitzer
127 R: ThFabba, Thomas Faber
128 S: Maintained
129 F: ntoskrnl/
130
131 Network Drivers
132 M:
133 R: ThFabba, Thomas Faber
134 S: Maintained
135 F: drivers/network/
136
137 Network File Systems kernel libraries
138 M: HeisSpiter, Pierre Schweitzer
139 S: Maintained
140 F: sdk/lib/drivers/rdbsslib/
141 F: sdk/lib/drivers/rxce/
142
143 NTDLL
144 M:
145 R: HeisSpiter, Pierre Schweitzer
146 R: learn-more, learn_more, Mark Jansen
147 R: ThFabba, Thomas Faber
148 S: Maintained
149 F: dll/ntdll/
150
151 ReactOS API Tests
152 M:
153 R: learn-more, learn_more, Mark Jansen
154 R: ThFabba, Thomas Faber
155 S: Maintained
156 F: modules/rostests/apitests/
157
158 ReactOS Kernel-Mode Tests
159 M: ThFabba, Thomas Faber
160 S: Maintained
161 F: modules/rostests/kmtests/
162
163 ROS internals tools
164 M: HeisSpiter, Pierre Schweitzer
165 S: Maintained
166 F: modules/rosapps/applications/rosinternals/
167
168 Run-Time Library (RTL)
169 M:
170 R: HeisSpiter, Pierre Schweitzer
171 R: learn-more, learn_more, Mark Jansen
172 R: ThFabba, Thomas Faber
173 S: Maintained
174 F: sdk/lib/rtl/
175
176 Shell Extensions
177 M:
178 R: learn-more, learn_more, Mark Jansen
179 S: Maintained
180 F: dll/shellext
181
182 Upstream File Systems
183 M: HeisSpiter, Pierre Schweitzer
184 S: Upstream
185 F: base/services/nfsd/
186 F: dll/np/nfs/
187 F: dll/shellext/shellbtrfs/
188 F: drivers/filesystems/btrfs/
189 F: drivers/filesystems/cdfs/
190 F: drivers/filesystems/ext2/
191 F: drivers/filesystems/fastfat_new/
192 F: drivers/filesystems/ffs/
193 F: drivers/filesystems/nfs/
194 F: drivers/filesystems/reiserfs/
195 F: media/doc/README.FSD
196 F: sdk/lib/fslib/btrfslib/
197 F: sdk/lib/fslib/ext2lib/
198 F: sdk/lib/fslib/vfatlib/check/
199
200 USB Drivers
201 M: ThFabba, Thomas Faber
202 S: Maintained
203 F: drivers/usb/
204 F: sdk/lib/drivers/libusb/
205 F: sdk/include/reactos/drivers/usbport/
206
207 Virtual CD-ROM
208 M: HeisSpiter, Pierre Schweitzer
209 S: Maintained
210 F: modules/rosapps/applications/cmdutils/vcdcli/
211 F: modules/rosapps/drivers/vcdrom/
212
213 Virtual Floppy Disk
214 M: HeisSpiter, Pierre Schweitzer
215 S: Upstream
216 F: modules/rosapps/applications/cmdutils/vfdcmd/
217 F: modules/rosapps/drivers/vfd/
218
219 Win32 file functions
220 M: HeisSpiter, Pierre Schweitzer
221 S: Maintained
222 F: dll/win32/kernel32/client/file/
223
224 Windows Network File Systems functions
225 M: HeisSpiter, Pierre Schweitzer
226 S: Upstream
227 F: dll/win32/mpr/wnet.c
228
229 Wine Tests
230 M:
231 R: ThFabba, Thomas Faber
232 S: Upstream
233 F: modules/rostests/winetests/