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Re: process for including changes in 1.0

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2003-12-15 20:41:41 CET

Tobias Ringström wrote:

> It feels a bit strange to revision control the voting. How about
> creating an issue for each thing we want to include in the branch, just
> for the purpose of voting? Each issue would be named something like
> "merge rXXXX to branch-1.0", i.e. it would not be an issue that
> describes a bug. The committers would then vote by adding comments to
> the issue, and the issue can either be resolved or dismissed when the
> voting is complete.

I'd prefer to keep things all in one place, rather than scattered about
in various issues, and the STATUS file does that quite nicely. Also,
there's some history behind this approach, as it's pretty much what the
Apache projects do for their voting.


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Received on Mon Dec 15 20:42:23 2003

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