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Patch Manager Duties.

From: Gavin Baumanis <gavinb_at_thespidernet.com>
Date: Tue, 25 Aug 2009 21:07:30 +1000

Hi Everyone,

This is just an FYI, I require some medical treatment that "might" see
me unable to check mail for about a week.
("Might" - because it depends on how well I cope with it - so I could
well be without interruption..)

Anyway - some points to remember for all submitters that do not have
commit access,

* Ensure that your patch submission can successfully be built against
the current trunk.
* Ensure that you provide an appropriate log message.

* Please read the HACKING document, particularly the Patch Submission
Guidelines section if any doubt at all.

If your Patch Submission has not received any responses in over a
week, please feel free to "ping" your own original posting.
You can do this by replying to your original posting (ensuring that
the dev mailing list is included as a recipient) with a simple message
"Ping. This submission has received no comments."

Likewise, don't feel shy at all - about asking for some help with your
Whether it be a technical question or general in nature, or even if
you're question is for clarification about previous feedback you have
Ultimately, the point is, the dev list is a very helpful mailing list
and the people that inhabit it - are always happy to help those that
are trying to help themselves.


Received on 2009-08-26 23:09:00 CEST

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