# Timeline for Boundary elements method -- calculation of solid angle

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Jan 28 '16 at 12:52 comment Yes, I saw -- great, many thanks! Martin had a couple of comments, I think, but if you address them, we will certainly merge it!
Jan 28 '16 at 10:51 comment Dear @WolfgangBangerth today I created a pull request on github called modified step-34 tutorial introduction . I hope everything works out fine.
Jan 19 '16 at 14:02 comment No, but you can extract the patch and send it to me/us. See for example git help format-patch to see how to do this. (In the future, the way to do it is to "fork" the repository on your own github account, "clone" your fork onto your own harddrive, make modifications there, push to your fork, and create a pull request from your fork to the main repository.)
Jan 19 '16 at 10:24 comment @WolfgangBangerth I cloned deal.ii's git repository and modified the file examples/step-34/doc/intro.dox. I am allowed to make a commit and push it to the online repository?
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Jan 14 '16 at 19:22 comment But since you already have the answer, may I suggest you simply write it up as a comment in the file examples/step-34/doc/intro.dox so that others who read it have the benefit of having the information there?
Jan 14 '16 at 19:21 comment This question would best have been answered on the deal.II mailing list. In fact, Luca (the author of the program) may have answered it :-)
Jan 14 '16 at 18:15 comment I solved this. Tomorrow I will type the solution.
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