Thank you for the thoughtful reply! I'll take a look at `hg bundle` because
that seems like what I need. I've submitted a patch before but it was a
while ago.

On Fri, Jul 28, 2017 at 3:55 AM, Matthew Wild <mwi...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Chris,
>
> On 27 July 2017 at 23:32, Chris Ballinger <chrisballin...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > I know that the Prosody project is still fond of Mercurial but,
> personally,
> > it makes it more difficult to contribute. Having a mirror on GitHub (with
> > issues disabled) that accepted PRs would be really great. I know there
> was
> > some discussion about this back in 2015, and was wondering if people's
> > thoughts have changed since then.
>
> No harm in this simple asking, but no, no plans or desire to switch.
> We're still quite happy with our choice of tooling. Nothing has
> changed in Mercurial, Git or Github since previous discussions to
> change our minds.
>
> I'm sorry you feel it is difficult to contribute. We accept patches in
> patch form, and universal patches can be generated by Git, Mercurial,
> plain ol' diff or whatever other tool you choose to use.
>
> If you do use Mercurial and have a bunch of commits to send us, simply
> run 'hg bundle' and send us the bundle file. I'm pretty sure it's
> easier than a PR :)
>
> I don't see the generation and sending of contributions as a problem.
> But I'll be quite honest and say that we do have a different problem:
> we have been doing a bad job about handling and processing the
> contributions we receive. We're planning to fix this with a more
> visible patch queue (which may be based off our issue tracker or
> something like the Patchwork tool that the Mercurial project itself
> uses). However releasing 0.10 is our immediate focus right now.
>
> To folks who have sent us such patches that are not yet merged (or
> rejected): please accept my apologies. Make sure there is an issue
> open on our tracker, and don't be afraid to poke us about the status
> if you haven't seen any action for a while.
>
> With the exception of the new pubsub code which has not yet been
> merged, 0.10 remains generally closed to new features, but we'll be
> doing a review of everything outstanding after its release (very soon
> now™).
>
> Regards,
> Matthew
>
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