ralf-engels at gmx.de
Sun Jan 25 19:49:20 CET 2009
thanks for the reply.
That means that submitting patches also in bugzilla will ensure that
they are not lost. Right?
Is there some kind of release plan, e.g. for the 2.0 version that I've
heard rumors of?
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> Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2009 18:55:19 +0100
> From: Scott Wheeler <wheeler at kde.org>
> Subject: Re: Patches
> To: taglib-devel at kde.org
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> On Jan 24, 2009, at 6:26 PM, Ralf Engels wrote:
> > I just thought about the thing where obviously Peter changed the same
> > thing I did because my patch was not integrated.
> > Is there a process how to submit patches (I mean other than the one on
> > the official web-page where it says: send it to the developer list).
> > Do I need to send the patches directly to Scott as it seems like he is
> > almost the only one integrating fixes?
> There are several people on the list that commit patches at times, so
> it's best if they come here (also that at least sorts the mail coming
> to me so that it's easier to find later).
> However patches getting answered mostly depends on if I have time to
> review them at the moment when they come in. Otherwise they get
> deferred to the next batch-processing iteration of taglib bugs. I've
> mentioned it in the past, but things that are in Bugzilla don't get
> forgotten, even if there's no answer for a while. Before every
> release I review all open bugs and apply the patches which haven't
> been applied yet.
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