Andrew Donnellan <andrew.donnel...@au1.ibm.com> writes:
> Sounds good to me. Agreed that "RFC" is essentially the only prefix
> other than "PATCH" that I see, at least in the kernel.
Around here I think we saw WIP too, and that makes me lean towards
Peff's earlier suggestion to allow an end-user supplied string in
front of PATCH, i.e. "-P RFC" => "--subject-prefix='RFC PATCH'",
even though I understand that those who _ONLY_ care about RFC would
prefer --rfc (5 keystrokes) over "-P RFC" (6 keystrokes).
>> + Alias for `--subject-prefix="RFC PATCH"`. Use this when
>> + sending an experimental patch for discussion rather than
>> + application.
> Perhaps mention the phrase "Request For Comment" for the benefit of
> those who aren't familiar ...