Dave Page wrote:
> > ------- Original Message -------
> > From: Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > To: PostgreSQL-development <pgsql-hackers@postgresql.org>
> > Sent: 05/05/07, 03:00:25
> > Subject: [HACKERS] New idea for patch tracking
> >
> > As for #3, again, I don't want us to take on a burdensome patch tracking
> > process that is more effort than it is worth, and the lack of people
> > jumping to even manage a simple web page for current 8.3 patches has me
> > questioning what kind of support a burdensome tracking system would
> > receive.
> I don't recall hearing you ask for people to help with a web page.

I want create and maintain a web page that tracks where we are on each
8.3 patch, but have had not takers.

> > What I think we can do simply is to have our email software automatically
> > number emails submitted to the patches list that already don't have a
> > number.  This way, all followups, even if moved to the hackers list, would
> > maintain that patch number, and if an updated version is posted, the user
> > would keep the same number in the email subject.
> <snip tracker outline>
> Barring a few trivial details, that sounds almost identical to what I
> proposed.

Well, Andrew says everyone he talks to doesn't want it.  They want a
more comprehensive solution that goes from bug to patch.

  Bruce Momjian  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>          http://momjian.us
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