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    2121== The VirtualBox development model == 
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    23 The source code of VirtualBox resides in a public [wiki:"Subversion"] repository which is hosted on this site. Currently, only InnoTek employees have write access to ensure that only reviewed and tested patches find their way to the repository. However, over time, we would like to extend the group of people with write access. 
     23The source code of !VirtualBox resides in a public [wiki:"Subversion"] repository which is hosted on this site. Currently, only !InnoTek employees have write access to ensure that only reviewed and tested patches find their way to the repository. However, over time, we would like to extend the group of people with write access. 
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    25 Patches are always first applied to an InnoTek internal subversion repository and then automatically synchronized to the public repository. A large test laboratory at InnoTek's facilities and a dedicated test team in 24/7 operation ensures that the code quality remains excellent: dozens of test machines perform automated tests to spot regressions and monitor performance. 
     25Patches are always first applied to an !InnoTek internal subversion repository and then automatically synchronized to the public repository. A large test laboratory at !InnoTek's facilities and a dedicated test team in 24/7 operation ensures that the code quality remains excellent: dozens of test machines perform automated tests to spot regressions and monitor performance. 
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    27 Automated build servers for all supported platforms create ready-to-run VirtualBox installers every time changes are made to the VirtualBox source code. These development builds provide end users with the latest features but may not necessarily be well tested or stable. 
     27Automated build servers for all supported platforms create ready-to-run !VirtualBox installers every time changes are made to the !VirtualBox source code. These development builds provide end users with the latest features but may not necessarily be well tested or stable. 
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    29 In addition to development builds, we also perform regular product releases based on a milestone plan. As we work hard to produce high quality software releases, it is important for all VirtualBox contributors to respect these milestones. 
     29In addition to development builds, we also perform regular product releases based on a milestone plan. As we work hard to produce high quality software releases, it is important for all !VirtualBox contributors to respect these milestones. 
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    3131== How to submit your contributions == 

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