Should non-security 2.7 bugs be fixed?
steve at pearwood.info
Mon Jul 20 04:36:01 CEST 2015
On Mon, 20 Jul 2015 06:21 am, breamoreboy at gmail.com wrote:
> All in all though I have to admit that overall it's a really onerous task.
> Once you've produced the patch you have to go to all the trouble of
> logging on to the issue tracker, finding the appropriate issue and
> uploading the patch. You may even be inclined to make a comment. In this
> case this entire process could take as much as two whole minutes.
It's very interesting that you ignore the two hardest parts of the process:
(1) Producing the patch in the first place.
(2) Convincing those with appropriate commit rights to accept the patch.
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