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Re: Pre-commit transaction modification question

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-02-13 18:16:19 CET

Brett Wooldridge <brettw@riseup.com> writes:
> I understand. Which is why I wasn't framing it as a 'could you please
> do for me', but rather as
> 'if I do it for you'. I know you guys have other priorities, but
> that's what makes open source tick --
> somebody has an itch for a feature, so *they* build it and contribute
> it back, rather than waiting
> for somebody else to do it for them.

Absolutely -- and thanks for the offer!

But of course, contributed code can't ever entirely take the burden
off the other committers, because they still have to review &
understand the change. This is true even if someday the contributor
becomes a committer themselves.

So yah, feel free to post a patch (or a design first), the simpler the
better. I mainly wanted to warn you that it would be a tough sell,
since I don't know your particular "risk of wasted time" threshold.
Now that you know, it's entirely your call.

Good luck,

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