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
Meador Inge has been contributing to Python for a while now; he's put
in a lot of work in particular on the struct and ctypes modules
amongst others (see username 'meadori' in the tracker for more), and
all the work that I've seen has been consistently high quality and
careful. I think he's long overdue for commit rights, and would be a
really valuable member of the Python team.
I'm afraid I can't offer to mentor him (I'm not finding anything like
as much time as I'd like to spend on Python right now); but I doubt
he needs much mentoring at this point. Does anyone want to act as a
Q for the buildbot admins: would it be easy to add an "Email Address"
field to the 'Force Build' form, so buildbot could email me when the
job was complete?
This doesn't come up very often, and would just be a nice to have, so
don't worry about it if it isn't trivial to add.
Nick Coghlan | ncoghlan(a)gmail.com | Brisbane, Australia
Okay Jakob, thanks. Your contributor agreement information has been added
to the PSF tracker.
On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 4:51 PM, Jakob Malm <jakob.malm(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Pat,
> My username is 'shaq', created yesterday.
> 2011/9/13 Pat Campbell <patcam(a)python.org>:
> > Hi Jakob:
> > Thank-you for submitting your contributor agreement.
> > Have you had a chance to create your profile on the PSF tracker
> > http://bugs.python.org/user? If so, please email your "username" in
> > order for the tracker to show your contributor agreement submission
> > to the PSF.
> > Thanks,
> > Pat
> > On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 4:29 PM, Jakob Malm <jakob.malm(a)gmail.com>
> >> Hi,
> >> I plan to contribute to Python. Attached you will find a signed
> >> contributor agreement.
> >> Regards,
> >> Jakob Malm
> >> _______________________________________________
> >> PSF-Board mailing list
> >> PSF-Board(a)python.org
> >> http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/psf-board
> > --
> > Pat Campbell
> > PSF Administrator/Secretary
> > patcam(a)python.org
Thank-you for submitting your contributor agreement.
Have you had a chance to create your profile on the PSF tracker
http://bugs.python.org/user? If so, please email your "username" in
order for the tracker to show your contributor agreement submission
to the PSF.
On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 4:29 PM, Jakob Malm <jakob.malm(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I plan to contribute to Python. Attached you will find a signed
> contributor agreement.
> Jakob Malm
> PSF-Board mailing list
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