On Oct 12, 2016, at 5:36 AM, Mojca Miklavec <mo...@macports.org> wrote:
> (Un)related question: the ticket is currently assigned to me. What's
> the best way to say something like "happy to accept any patches, but
> unable to actively work on it"? I miss a trac status to indicate that.
> I simply don't want to keep giving false impression that I'll actively
> try to fix the problem while. At the same time I *really* don't want
> to close the ticket with a "sorry, we're not interested" attitude. I
> would find it useful to get this working, I just don't have the
> resources to investigate too deeply.

I think it's fine to close as 'wontfix' with a note back to the reporter (and 
anyone who looks at the ticket in the future) explaining that you don't have 
time/resources to get the unsupported configuration working, but that you're 
happy to accept patches.

Daniel J. Luke

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