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May 07, 2016, 02:42:27 PM
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Andresen’s Commit Access Hangs in Balance Following Wright Exit
Gavin Andresen has been a part of the Bitcoin community since the very beginning. As one of the earliest contributors Satoshi’s original code, Andresen was entrusted with the Bitcoin protocol before Bitcoin’s creator disappeared. Now, following the Craig Wright controversy, Andresen will have to fight to get his commit access back after having it stripped by fellow Core developers.
http://bitcoinist.net/gavin-andresen-commit-access/
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May 07, 2016, 08:26:24 PM
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For anyone that cares about this drama, let's see what Gavin has to say about it:

Let's stop making tempests in teapots; who has commit access is not important (we have gitian). Stop bashing @orionwl

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