Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> Simon Riggs wrote:
> > As Greg mentions on another thread, not all patches are *intended* to be
> > production quality by their authors. Many patches are shared for the
> > purpose of eliciting general feedback. You yourself encourage a group
> > development approach and specifically punish those people dropping
> > completely "finished" code into the queue and expecting it to be
> > committed as-is. 
> >   
> If you post a patch that is not intended to be of production quality, it 
> is best to mark it so explicitly. Then nobody can point fingers at you. 
> Also, Bruce would then know not to put it in the queue of patches 
> waiting for application.

It would still be in that queue because we might just mark it as a TODO.

FYI, during this first release cycle, we need to apply patches and
decide on TODOs.  We skipped TODO discussion during feature freeze, so
we need to do it now for held ideas.

  Bruce Momjian  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

  + If your life is a hard drive, Christ can be your backup. +

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