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Re: [PATCH] issue 3459 - svn patch does not tolerate empty lines

From: Daniel Näslund <daniel_at_longitudo.com>
Date: Sat, 15 Aug 2009 12:45:13 +0200

On Sat, Aug 15, 2009 at 11:27:38AM +1000, Gavin Baumanis wrote:
> Hi Daniel.
> Just as an FYI - there is absolutely nothing wrong with you pinging
> your own patch.
> You are definitely the best person to be taking control of your
> submissions.
> But also please realise that - just like you - "nearly" everyone else
> is a volunteer of their own time to the Subversion Project.
> Sometimes it just takes a little while for other people to get around
> to looking at a patch submission.
> As the Patch Manager it is my role within the project to ensure that a
> patch submission doesn't fall through the cracks. (I.e. if you don't
> ping your own patch.)
> I normally ping the list for uncommented / unreviewed patches at about
> a week after it is submitted or last commented on..
> I'm not scolding you or anything like that....
> It's more a case of just trying to make sue that your expectations of
> the "timeliness" to having your patch submissions reviewed are "in-
> line" with the "tradition" of how things normally happen within the
> mailing list.
> I'm certainly not telling you to stop pinging the list, I openly
> encourage all patch submitters to take control of their own work - I
> just don't want you to think that your submission(s) are being ignored
> or that your work is not seen as being valuable by the project -
> because neither of those are true - sometimes it just takes a little
> while for a review to occur - especially when people are busy doing
> their own contributions at the same time, during their volunteered time.

Thanks for pointing this out. I got a bit carried away, a beginners rush

I hope no one has taken offence, it was not my intention to be intrusive.


Received on 2009-08-15 12:45:53 CEST

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