For all of your historical patches there are two things we can do.
1) you can send them (the patches) to me (via the dev list) and I can
attach them to the issue for you.
You'll need to send me three things.
The issue number, the patch and an appropriate comment.
2)You can attach them to the appropriate issues yourself.
The benefit of you doing it yourself is that the comments are linkable
When / if someone finally gets around to doing something with them, if
any extra information is required, they'll have your email directly if
I am happy to do the work on your behalf - I'm not trying to be
slack... - option 2 just looks to be amore "complete" solution, is all.
Also, if YOU attach the patches to the appropriate issue, send a quick
message to the dev list - something along the lines of;
I have attached the following patch, that does... to issue #xx.
It will get your patches back up to the top of the mail list for some
Please don't hesitate to ask for any help you might need.
On 14/05/2009, at 8:28 PM, Jon Bendtsen wrote:
> On 14/05/2009, at 04.32, Gavin 'Beau' Baumanis wrote:
>> Hi Jon,
>> Since I have only recently taken over the task of Patch Manager -
>> It is quite likely that I don't know about them.
> okay, thank you for taking care of this :-)
>> If you can give me some thread references I can certainly get them
>> going again.
> I have only posted regularly after making them, so anything in 2009
> from me is VERY much likely to be about them.
> But there is issue 2213 and issue 3227. I think i have sent 5 or 6
> patches + the NNTP ones.
> The last one was sameimportfix.txt, but i was wrong about that one.
> Header_detail will see more development. Some of the patches collide
> if you apply them all.
Received on 2009-05-23 07:36:29 CEST