barbara.xxx1975 at libero.it
Tue Jan 10 22:28:35 UTC 2012
>On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 5:01 PM, Michael Scheidell
><scheidell at freebsd.org> wrote:
>> lets start by opening a PR for each port, offering to take maintainership.
>> (edit-pr.. I think the class is 'change-request')
>send-pr or the web form
>> once you are approved as maintainer, you would then ask a committer to set
>> class for repocopy.
>status not class
>> and, maybe you can just set class as repocopy in the initial pr.
>> include patches against the COPY in your PR
>copy should be identical
>> GNATS will auto assign it to portmgr, who will make the copy (which
>> preserves the cvs history),
>> once copy is made, it will be re-assigned back to the pool, or a committer
>> who will commit your changes.
>The committer who asked for the repo copy gets it, it does not go back
>to the pool. Do not submit a repocopy you don't intend to deal with (I
>learned this lesson some time ago).
Michael and Eitan,
thank you both!
In the meanwhile, It seems that I've been yet made maintainer of both the old
Thank you for the last clarification, but obviously that wasn't my intention
as I've specified in my request.
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