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We're not the Linux kernel, hence we have to find our own way forward.
We found that too many patches were lost in the email archives for
For instance we don't have paid for staff(1) working the project,
unlike the Linux kernel.
The (severely) time constrained volunteers agreed to resort to other
ways to capture patches: bugzilla.
So, you are free to leave your patch on the mailing list, but i could
That is not to say that it will be applied straight away otherwise, but
then we're back to the time constrained volunteers...
(1) I hope Gerald receives a pay check now and then of course, but he's
got more on his plate in facilitating the project in more ways than you
can imagine. He even puts in a few lines of code now and then ;)
On Mon, 22 Aug 2011 11:14:01 +0300, Andrei Emeltchenko wrote:
> Hi, I feel that opening bug for a simple patch is too much overhead.
> Cannot this be managed like it is done in linux kernel?
> On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 6:49 PM, Stephen Fisher
>> Please submit patches by opening a bug at
>> so they don't get lost? Thanks.
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