1) When a commit message references more than one bug (with text
matching #\d+), only the first gets a message for the changeset. I
would like all referenced bugs to get a message.
2) When a bug number (#\d+) is not in the first line of the commit
message, no message is sent. Is there a reason for this or is it a bug?
(Note: I’m not sure about this one, I may misremember.)
3) To let us track the backport of changesets from cpython/packaging to
distutils2, I would like the script to look at changesets in the
distutils2 repo and send messages to Roundup when a bug number is detected.
Thanks in advance
Thank-you for submitting your contributor agreement. The
PSF tracker has been updated.
2011/8/18 Alexis Métaireau <alexis(a)notmyidea.org>
> Here is my PSF contribution form (attached), thanks.
> My name on the bug tracker is "alexis".
> PSF-Board mailing list
Thanks for submitting your contributor agreement. Our records show that
your contributor agreement is "now" :) listed on the PSF tracker system.
On Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 6:00 PM, Terry Reedy <tjreedy(a)udel.edu> wrote:
> Since, last I looked, the tracker does not have me listed as having
> submitted a contributor agreement, I presume mine was one of those on paper
> that got lost. If so, and in any case, here is a digital replacement.
Thank-you for submitting your contributor agreement. Your information has
added to the PSF tracker system.
On Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 1:49 PM, Ben Hayden <hayden767(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> [image: signedform.jpg]
> Above is the contributor agreement. I haven't made a ton of contributions,
> but have submitted a code patch & a documentation patch. My username is
> beardedp, http://bugs.python.org/user13432.
> PSF-Board mailing list
I've created another release clone for 3.2.2rc1 and am working on
that release now.
There are consistent failures in test_distutils on the Windows
machines; it would be nice to get these fixed. If anyone can do
that in the next few hours, please tell me on #python-dev, otherwise
it'll have to wait for the final.
We have a group of devs who received MSDN subscriptions around this time
last year which are now expired or about to expire. If yours is expired,
which you can find from
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/subscriptions/manage/default.aspx, send me
your subscriber ID and the email address tied to your account and I'll get
it renewed for another year. The renewal takes roughly a week to process,
and I'd like to send the fewest emails to the fine folks at Microsoft's Open
Source Technology Center, so please respond soon so I can send out a batch.
If you don't currently have a subscription but would be interested in one,
let me know off-list and I'll gather some info from you and get you setup.
The main benefits are access to the full versions of Visual Studio and every
version of Windows. You also get access to what seems like anything
Microsoft has released, so you can relive Windows 3.1 if you want.
I would like to have Sandro added to the list of committers.
He has been very active on the bug tracker, doing triaging work and
contributing a number of patches.
He also reported more than 40 issues, mainly about the documentation,
and most of them have been fixed.
He hasn't submitted the contributor agreement yet but he will do it as
soon as he finds a printer/scanner/camera/fax.
I have received your contributor agreement via fax. Thanks for submitting
On Wed, Aug 3, 2011 at 4:34 AM, Sandro Tosi <sandro.tosi(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Pat,
> I sent the CA via fax yesterday morning (CEST time) - the result was
> 'ok', so can you confirm it's also received correctly on the other
> Sandro Tosi (aka morph, morpheus, matrixhasu)
> My website: http://matrixhasu.altervista.org/
> Me at Debian: http://wiki.debian.org/SandroTosi