Julian Foad <julian.foad_at_wandisco.com> writes:
> On Mon, 2010-12-13, Hyrum K. Wright wrote:
>> Random community nit: The attached log message seems to have little to
>> do with email subject of "Input validation observations".
> FYI, I'm watching this thread and intend to respond to this patch, which
> is one of a series of patches responding to the observations mentioned
> in the subject line. But yes, I see what you mean - the subject line no
> longer describes the content of these messages well and so it's not easy
> for others to follow.
>> In the
>> future, when sending a new patch to the list, I'd recommend starting a
>> new thread, complete with it's own "[PATCH] ..." subject, as
>> recommended in the patch submission guidelines. It's more likely to
>> get noticed than when it's tacked onto the end of a largely-unrelated
>> 40-message thread.
> Agreed. Or, in a case like this where the patch is a direct response to
> the original thread, I think replying within the thread and changing the
> Subject line would be fine. (That would be seen as a new thread by some
> mail clients and as part of the same thread by others, but has the
> required effect in either case and is simple to do.)
>> Anyway, thanks for the work, I just don't want it to get lost. :)
> Yup, thanks from me too.
I assumed that these were going to be reviewed by Julian. I will keep
all these points in mind next time.
Thanks and Regards
Received on 2010-12-13 17:23:58 CET