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Re: Patches submitted

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-09-30 23:43:50 CEST

"Files" <files@poetryunlimited.com> writes:
> Are people just averse to asking questions for validity? Agreed, adhering to
> conventions are good.
> Perhaps I'm just asking if it's a HUMAN being that's checking for the word.

Your question, specifically, was whether the patch manager depends on
it. I think he does -- either he looks for it, or he has programs
that look for it. So yes, it's important to include "[PATCH]".

> I'm TRYING to avoid double submitting. Pardon me for not knowing
> the answer to everything and having to ask twice so as to not step
> on any further toes.
> Quit RTFMing me. Obviously I've read HACKING if I can quote parts of it.
> I am entitled to ask. If you need to belittle me, just quit.

Hmmm. I admit that people could have answered your actual question
better, instead of just repeating what HACKING already said.
Nevertheless, please don't assume that direct, unpadded statements are
meant to "belittle" you. They're most likely not -- sometimes people
are just terse because they have a lot of emails to answer.

Advocating mellowness and the cutting of slack,

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Received on Wed Oct 1 00:34:28 2003

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