[Python-Dev] Patch submitted, now what?
brett at python.org
Mon Jul 31 20:53:14 CEST 2006
On 7/31/06, Chad Whitacre <chad at zetaweb.com> wrote:
> Dear All,
> Last week I submitted a patch (my first),
and now I'm wondering what my
> expectations should be. Do I sit around and wait? How long? Do I notify
> this list? Do I notify a specific person, say, an author or reviewer of
> the original code I modified? Do I use SF's assignment mechanism? Who do
> I assign it to?
Let it sit for now. We get email notifications when new patches come in.
Since we are all volunteers it can take a little while before we get to it.
And don't assign it to anyone. Let us handle that.
These are the questions I have, unanswered (afaict) by the patch
> documentation I've found:
Those docs needs to be overhauled. I am planning to consolidate into a
single patch guidelines doc in a month or so.
> P.S. For the interested, here is my patch:
> "Expose case-insensitivity of string.Template"
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