On 3/11/17 2:06 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
Jim Nasby <jim.na...@openscg.com> writes:
It's actually a lot harder to mess up providing a git repo link than
manually submitting patches to the mailing list.
Yeah, we've heard that proposal before.  We're still not doing it though.
Insisting on patches being actually submitted to the mailing list is
important for archival and possibly legal reasons.  If someone sends
in a link to $random-repo, once that site goes away there's no way to
determine exactly what was submitted.

The full proposal was that the commitfest app have the ability to generate and post the patch for you, assuming that the smoke-test passes.
Jim Nasby, Chief Data Architect, OpenSCG

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