On 4/02/2016 1:32 PM, Matthew Grooms wrote:
> What is the correct way to request that patches be committed to STABLE?
> In particular, I'd really like to see these in 10.3-RELEASE as they have
> been required to build a working firewall in some cases. All are related
> to problems that were fixed in HEAD, but never MFC'd ...
1) Create an issue in Bugzilla for it
a) Assigned to original committer
b) Set mfc-stableX flag to?
Committer can then set mfc-stableX flag to + when done, or set it to -
with comment about why not/invalid/inappropriate
If a branch is in feature freeze, issues should either:
- Have re@ CC'd so they can be informed of the request
- Have maintainer-approval ? r...@freebsd.org set so that the release
engineering team can approve/deny changes
This is also the recommended method for changes that already have
bugzilla issues created for them.
> Thanks in advance,
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