Hi Daniel (and everyone else),
Just a quick message to ask if there is likely to be anymore work
happening with this patch proposal?
And since this is my first email to the list as the patch manager - I
thought I had better check a few things along with it, so please feel
free to change the subject - so as not to hijack the original intent.
(dependent on your reply's content, of course)
My questions are specific to this "type" of patch.
A patch is proposed that is deemed to be of a benefit to the
subversion project - but is hamstrung from being fully welcomed /
supported because it doesn't meet appropriate use-case tests.
Eg. "this"patch is useful only for Windows users.
So in the sense of my patch manager role is there anything more that I
an example might be to request some "other" people have a look at the
patch proposal - specifically looking at the mentioned shortfalls - so
that a "complete" patch might be created.
Is it simply a case of - we're all volunteers (primarily) so if
someone wants to make a *nix version of the patch they will - and in
the meantime the OP is more than supported by the group providing
assistance peer-review / assistance in patching their own installs and
thus there is nothing more for me to do, aside from checking if there
is any life left in the patch proposal?
Afterall, - the mailing list serves as an archive should someone else
on Windows have the same requirement - or a *nix coder wish to create
a non-windows version of the patch?
On 26/02/2009, at 5:45 AM, Daniel Doubrovkine wrote:
> dblock.org / foodcandy.com
Received on 2009-03-02 13:49:28 CET