Just so you know, there is absolutely no issue at all with pinging your own patch submissions.
If anything, I encourage it - after all, if you're not going to see your submission through to the end of the submission process (regardless of the outcome) - who is?
Please also take onboard, that I "normally" wait a week (or so) to ping the list about threads that have not seen any comments.
I suppose I really wanted you to know that "I" wasn't ignoring your patches and they would have been bumped on the list over the next couple of days, anyway.
As always - please let me know if there is ever anything I can do for you with respect to a patch submission.
Gavin "Beau" Baumanis
On 14/02/2011, at 8:55 PM, Noorul Islam K M wrote:
> I have been working on some issues lately but I have not got many review
> comments for the same. I have listed them below so that it gets some
> attention and I can move forward.
> 1. I started sending patches for
> http://svn.haxx.se/dev/archive-2011-01/0210.shtml long back and one
> of them got committed in r1068977. Apart from that there are two
> more patches as a follow-up to r1068977
> Similarly I will be submitting more once these patches are reviewed
> and committed.
> 2. Issue 3792
> I got some review comments from Daniel and incorporated them into the
> latest version of the patch. There is another issue 3787 which is
> kind of related to this one. I thought of working on that also once
> this one gets a +1.
> 3. Issue 3690
> This is actually an enhancement and there were two approaches. One
> that I initially submitted and another one suggested by Hyrum. This
> thread has three to four patches which are pending review. May be it
> is not getting reviewed because it is not yet finalized how are are
> we going to proceed.
> It will be great if these things get some attention.
> Thanks and Regards
Received on 2011-02-15 01:30:31 CET