Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote:
> Peter Wemm <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > If you want final commit approval/objections, you really need to either
> > include or go to developers@ instead since they're the ones dealing with
> > actual commit process.
I wasn't clear with this comment. As I said elsewhere when somebody else
If he's looking for comments on the changes or reviews, he should go to
arch@ as that isn't really current@ material.
If he's looking for volunteers to pre-test it, then he should be asking for
testers on current@.
But he said he was asking for "permission" to commit it ("Seeking OK to
commit KSE MIII-again"), so he should be talking with other committers.
current@ is not particularly well tracked by committers themselves due to
relatively low signal to noise. At the very least, you have to tell
committers@ that you've posted about it elsewhere if you want it to be
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