Stefan Beller <stefanbel...@googlemail.com> writes:

> So recently Junio released -rc0. Is that a reason to not
> send out patches, which do not do bugfixes? So the following 
> commit for example doesn't fix a bug nor does it add a feature.
> Is it fine to send out such kind of commits during the -rc
> times or better wait for the next development cycle?

It would be a good idea to show it to others as a preview of what to
come even in a pre-release freeze period, so that people holding
real patches in the affected area can work with you to avoid
conflicts.

But I would not expect them to be applied to the upcoming release,
nor even 'next'---this largely depends on the maintainer workload.

Thanks.
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