* ōyvind A. Holm <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2004-05-26 22:38]:
> On 2004-05-26 21:51-0600 Michael W Thelen wrote:
> > * ōyvind A. Holm <email@example.com> [2004-05-26 19:09]:
> > > Index: doc/book/book/ch00.xml
> > Thanks... it looks like these changes are also part of a patch I
> > submitted a little while back. Just filed an issue for it, #1890.
> Darn... :) I'll have a look at your patch to find the overlapping
> changes and repost if there are any new ones. There are some more
> corrections I haven't posted yet, will also check those.
There are a few I've submitted with just book fixes. It looks like your
other documentation patch doesn't overlap with those at all.
> What would be the correct behaviour regarding patches? First post them
> to the dev list, and if nothing happens, then file an issue? Or file an
> issue right away?
Details are in the "Patch submission guidelines" section in HACKING...
post to the dev list, and wait to see what happens. If you don't see
any response after a while, post a follow-up and mention that you're
waiting for a response. As the patch manager, it's my job to make sure
patches don't fall through the cracks, but it's always helpful to have
the patch author following up and making sure it's taken care of. If
the discussion dies down with no resolution, I'll file an issue for it.
Michael W. Thelen
The reverse side also has a reverse side.
-- Japanese proverb
Received on Thu May 27 06:55:27 2004