[Python-Dev] Pythonb at SourceForge FAQ

Guido van Rossum guido@beopen.com
Fri, 14 Jul 2000 10:33:16 -0500

> >   3.3.:
> >   
> >     Q: How to change the status of a patch?
> >     
> >     A:
> >     
> >    To change the status of a patch or assign it to somebody else you have
> >    to be a) a SourceForge-recognized Python developer and b) a patch
> >    administrator. Unfortunately the SourceForge default for developers is
> >    not to be patch administrators. Contact one of the project
> >    administrators if the following does not work for you.
> >    
> >    Click on the patch itself. In the screen that comes up, there is a
> >    drop-box for "Assigned To:" and a drop-box for "Status:" where you can
> >    select a new responsible developer or a new status respectively. After
> >    selecting the appropriate victim and status, hit the "Submit Changes"
> >    button at the bottom of the page.

Note: if are sure that you have the right permissions and a drop-box
does not appear, check that you are actually logged in to SF!

> >    For more information about the use of the "Status:" and "Assigned To:"
> >    fields consult the [26]Patch Manager Guidelines. A recent copy can be
> >    found in the Appendix of this FAQ.

--Guido van Rossum (home page: http://dinsdale.python.org/~guido/)