Use send-pr. Use chat@.
cz at aegisnet.biz
Thu Jun 23 09:41:42 GMT 2005
I wouldn't agree. When you consider the sheer amount of unresolved PRs, I
have a problem with adding another one to that list. All the more when I
don't know that my PR is backed by a greater part of the community. Only
the fact that I can handle send-pr and I find me somebody with
commit-rights doesn't make my contribution worthy. Instead, I would
encourage people to ask whether there is support for their issue. Of
course, this doesn't apply to obvious bugs. On the other hand, I wish
people would realize sooner when a topic has been enough talked about.
To summarize and put together your statement and mine: think before you
Julian H. Stacey sagte:
>> I feel the handbook could be made clearer in some areas, but I
>> believe it is good in general.
> ( This Not directed at sender above, so sender's name omitted, but the
> is a mild example of much worse noise from other hollow vessels on this
> If it doesn't help practical advocacy, a posting belongs to
> freebsd-chat at freebsd.org , not advocacy@ , please more subscribe chat@ )
> Before posting to advocacy@ eg:
> "I think ... FreeBSD should .... blah, wheeze, drone ...."
> Ask yourself: "When Did I Last Contribute Anything To FreeBSD ?"
> Please DO improve doc/ src/ ports/ www/ ...
> create an improved version of the original master & then use diff &
> Non programmers contribute patches for doc/ & www/
> Consider the gnats receipt from send-pr your licence to post advocacy@
> (I sent a send-pr (re. man cvs yesterday), so I'm `paid up' for this one
> Go for it, send one ! man send-pr ; send-pr
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