Re: [PATCH] allow svnsync to translate non-UTF-8 log messages to UTF-8 (v. 2)
Daniel Shahaf <d.s <at> daniel.shahaf.name> writes:
> Gavin, thanks for the information, but I think Daniel Trebbien already
> knows this.
> Gavin Beau Baumanis wrote on Sun, Sep 19, 2010 at 08:52:05 +1000:
> > Hi Daniel,
> > You should always feel comfortable with "pimping" your own patch submissions.
> > What you have done is completely fine.
> > But just in case you don't know - the Subversion project does have a Patch
> > The role of the Patch Manager is to ensure that patch submissions (mostly)
by people who don;t have commit
> rights to the svn repository don't get forgotten.
> > Normally, I wait about six or seven days prior to "pinging" the mailing list
about a patch that has not
> received any review.
> > It can take a little while to get a patch reviewed because of a few reasons
that I am sure you can appreciate.
> > * The reviewer needs to have a solid understanding of the subject matter.
Some people have appropriate
> knowledge of only some parts of the code base.
> > * People are busy doing their "real" job / family.
> > * People are busy working on their own space of the SVN project.
> > Let me re-iterate that there is absolutely nothing wrong with you reminding
us all about your own patch
> > The ultimate aim of this email is that any and all patch submissions are
ALWAYS gratefully appreciated by
> the SVN project / community.
> > Sometimes it just takes a little while to get a patch appropriately reviewed
> > Gavin "Beau" Baumanis
I read http://subversion.apache.org/docs/community-guide/general.html#patches ,
but I think that it is good to know the preferred number of days to wait before
reposting. Gavin, I appreciated your response.
Received on 2010-09-21 17:18:41 CEST
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