Alex de Kruijff
freebsd at akruijff.dds.nl
Thu Sep 23 18:51:54 PDT 2004
On Wed, Sep 22, 2004 at 09:37:16PM -0700, Henrik W Lund wrote:
> Bart??omiej Rutkowski wrote:
> >Can anybody tell me to who I shall mail with question about my wallpaper
> >submission to became 'official' and about chances fot that? I think about
> >somebody form freebsd dev team.
> >Thanks for any reply, r.
> You could just do a send-pr(1), I guess. It's the regular way for us
> mere mortals to submit patches, suggestions and the like. You do run a
> risk of it getting missed, though, so making friends with a committer
> would probably make actually getting things committed a bit easier.
> Mind you, though, committers are shy creatures - they mostly stick to
> themselves, emerging from their hideouts only to discuss really
> important commits among themselves (talking out of my ass here, of
> course ;-) ). Alternatively, you may have a better chance of getting
> one's attention over on -hackers or -current (although I probably would
> go the send-pr(1) route. -hackers and -current are rather strictly
> on-topic, I imagine).
I think a send-pr and then wait two week before sending to maillinglist
would be the way to go. One could also try www or doc maillinglists.
A port seems like a lot of trouble for a couple wallpapers.
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