Author: Leah Rowe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2017 02:43:58 +0100
de-Leah the site and documentation
3 files changed, 16 insertions(+), 20 deletions(-)
diff --git a/docs/distros/index.md b/docs/distros/index.md
@@ -11,10 +11,9 @@ system](../gnulinux/grub_boot_installer.html)
-Most of the developers use it (Leah Rowe always uses testing releases of
-Debian). We recommend Debian stable releases for most users. If you want
-to do development, e.g. libreboot development, then you should use the
-testing release of Debian.
+Most of the developers use it. We recommend Debian stable releases for most
+users. If you want to do development, e.g. libreboot development, then you
+should use the testing release of Debian.
Debian by default comes without non-free software in the default
installation or repos. There is a non-free repo that's not added by
diff --git a/www/contrib.md b/www/contrib.md
@@ -27,9 +27,9 @@ Timothy Pearson
Ported the ASUS KGPE-D16 board to coreboot for the company Raptor
-Engineering of which Timothy is the CEO, and collaborated with Leah on
-merging it in libreboot. Timothy maintains this code in coreboot,
-helping Leah with the libreboot integration for it. This person's
+Engineering of which Timothy is the CEO.
+Timothy maintains this code in coreboot,
+helping the project with the libreboot integration for it. This person's
contact details are on the raptor site, or you can ping **tpearson** on
the freenode IRC network.
@@ -69,8 +69,8 @@ Denis Carikli
Based on the work done by Peter Stuge, Vladimir Serbineko and others in
the coreboot project, got native graphics initialization to work on the
-ThinkPad X60, allowing it to be supported in libreboot. Denis gave Leah
-a lot of advice and helped her to found the libreboot project. Contact
+ThinkPad X60, allowing it to be supported in libreboot. Denis gave
+a lot of advice and helped found the libreboot project. Contact
**GNUtoo-irssi** in the \#libreboot IRC channel. Denis is also one of
the founders of the [Replicant](http://replicant.us/) project.
@@ -86,8 +86,8 @@ Paul Menzel
Investigated and fixed a bug in coreboot on the ThinkPad X60/T60 exposed
by Linux kernel 3.12 and up, which caused 3D acceleration to stop
-working and video generally to become unstable. Paul worked with Leah on
-this, sending her patches to test periodically until the bug was fixed
+working and video generally to become unstable. Paul worked with Libreboot on
+this, sending patches to test periodically until the bug was fixed
in coreboot, and then helped her integrate the fix in libreboot. Contact
**PaulePanter** in the \#libreboot IRC channel.
@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ in the \#libreboot IRC channel.
-Helped Leah write the section about DMA on
+Helped write the section about DMA on
[../faq/\#firmware-hddssd](../faq/#firmware-hddssd), and provided
general advice in early days of the project. Contact **CareBear\\** in
the \#coreboot IRC channel on freenode.
diff --git a/www/git.md b/www/git.md
@@ -118,15 +118,12 @@ Once you have pushed your patches, go to the relevant repository on
submit a pull request for, between the two repositories, and then click
-When this is done, Leah Rowe (maintainer of the main repository) or
-someone else (with push access) will review your patch, and decide
-whether to merge it. Relevant links to bug trackers for discussing
-development (especially patch review) are on [../tasks/](tasks.md)
-### Method 1: Host a fork
+Once you have issued a Pull Request, the Libreboot maintainers will be notified
+via email. If you do not receive a fast enough response from the project, then
+you could also notify the project via the #libreboot channel on FreeNode.
-Give the checkout details to [Leah Rowe](contrib.md), along with
-information on which commits in what branch contain your changes.
+Relevant links to bug trackers for discussing
+development (especially patch review) are on [../tasks/](tasks.md)
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