Apple is giving developers a bit more control of Swift, and you don’t even need to work in Cupertino. Writing that its new Continuous Integration is now “established and proven,” Apple intends to give some of its more ardent contributors commit access on GitHub. If you’d like to have commit access, all you have to do is email the code owners list with five accepted non-trivial pull requests that have been accepted without modifications. It’s an interesting move by Apple. Letting a few top performers commit without review will undoubtedly lead to better features, especially if someone wants to tackle…

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