On Sat, Jun 28, 2003 at 10:10:08AM -0400 or thereabouts, Joseph Holland King wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 28, 2003 at 12:59:50AM -0700, Terry Lambert had the gall to say:
> > Give him a commit bit, and he can quickly grind through all the
> > PR's that already have diff's attached to them, and have just sat
> > there forever.  All he'd need to do was verify that there was a
> > problem that was being fixed, and the code didn't look like it
> > would cause damage.  If it ends up causing damage anyway, the fix
> > can always be backed out later.  Making send-pr actually result in
> > code changes would probably be the most valuable thing anyone could
> > do for the project, and it would give him a chance to read and to
> > understand a lot of diverse code, in the process, to get up to speed
> > on writing his own fixes for PR's without fixes attached.
> 
> heh, i must say that without a commit bit its almost impossible to get
> any of the pr's closed, even ones that are five years old with a fix
> attached. 

Because you'll send another PR about the PR! :-)

-- Josh

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