On Sat, 12 Apr 2014, David Bremner <david at tethera.net> wrote:
> dm-list-email-notmuch at scs.stanford.edu writes:
>> As far as updating the test suite, etc., it's almost certain that the
>> core notmuch developers would be unsatisfied with whatever I've done,
>> since the code base is very clean and has a very uniform style.  So when
>> I say I'd want some "indication that such a change could be upstreamed,"
>> I mean more specifically that someone would be willing to shepherd the
>> process of getting the code into shape.
> I think it depends on your definition of shepherd. If it means review
> your patches and tell you what needs to be done, then we can probably
> handle that. Things tend to stall if the patch proposer loses interest
> after the first review, so we're pretty far from "fire and forget".
> I'd like to hear one or two more opinions from regular contributors
> before I say "yes, this is something we want to do."

FYI everyone, message modification times has been proposed before [1].


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