Tom Lane wrote:
> Neil Conway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > The procedure I'm following is:
> > - for trivial / obviously correct patches, just apply them immediately
> Check.
> > - for fairly simple patches, submit them to the list and apply them
> >   fairly soon afterward (say, within 24 hours or 48 hours). When I
> >   apply the patch, send another mail to wrap up the issue.
> I think the pgsql-committers log message is sufficient indication that
> you did it, and the followup message on -patches is unnecessary.
> We usually acknowledge applying patches from non-committers, on the
> theory that they might not be subscribed to pgsql-committers.  But
> for your situation I don't see the value in the extra message.

Agreed.  I just emailed Neil privately to say I think he is using good
judgement on when to apply and when to wait 24 hours.

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