Bruce Momjian wrote:
> Stefan Kaltenbrunner wrote:
>> Bruce Momjian wrote:
>>> Stefan Kaltenbrunner wrote:
>>>> Bruce Momjian wrote:
>>>>> Dave Page wrote:
>>>>>>> ------- Original Message -------
>>>>>>> From: Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>>>>>> To: PostgreSQL-development <>
>>>>>>> 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.
>>>> are you thinking about something like
>>>> on steriods
>>>> (ie with more references to actual patches and discussion and
>>>> explaination of functionality) or something completely different ?
>>>> I'm a bit unsure on how this webpage would differ from a typical
>>>> bugtracker ...
>>>> Maybe you could give a concrete example for a particular patch in the
>>>> queue so that everybody can follow ?
>>> At this point, just one line for each patch, and who is working on it:
>>>     Patch, Author Committer
>>>     HOT    Pavan  ?
>>>     XML    misc   Peter
>>>     etc.
>> that would be easy to do on either the wishlist or a seperate wiki page
>> and I would volunteer to do that if you think it is useful.
> OK, you have to go back to Tom's email stating where we are on each
> patch, then look over the patch application and find out which ones have
> been applied.  Also you have to read the replies to find out who has
> taken ownership of patches.

ok I did a rough sketch of how I interpreted your proposal on
This table is by far not complete yet(more of a PoC) but I wanted to get
some feedback if I'm on the right track before I put more time into this.


---------------------------(end of broadcast)---------------------------
TIP 1: if posting/reading through Usenet, please send an appropriate
       subscribe-nomail command to [EMAIL PROTECTED] so that your
       message can get through to the mailing list cleanly

Reply via email to