On Tue, 26 Aug 2008, Nils Goroll wrote: > Hi Valerie, > >> That's not the right place for the bug to be, as defect.opensolaris.org >> is currently only supposed to be used for things in development - things >> that aren't integrated into the source base. > > I'm sorry for having missed that bit.
I'm not sure this is very well documented, it's noted here: http://opensolaris.org/os/communities/participation/ "If you have an idea for a new feature, or have found a interesting bug, you can file a bug/RFE using the "Report a Bug" form on http://bugs.opensolaris.org/, and others can work on the bug/RFE. If you want to work on the bug/RFE you filed, indicate that when you file it. Then send email to request-sponsor AT opensolaris DOT org describing the bug/RFE and a sponsor will volunteer to help you through the initial development processes." But defect.opensolaris.org should probably point you there as well... >> I'm working with some internal people to figure out where this bug >> does belong in bugster/bugs.opensolaris.org, and I'll let you know. > > I've submitted the same bug to the bugster queue, so whoever is triaging that > one should notice it. Did you get the CR number? I can't find anything. >> Are you looking for a sponsor to help you integrate your changes? > > Yes please. It's an easy one-liner, fix already posted on cr. I will be your sponsor. I know some folks have some concerns with your fix - I'll try to get this all lined up. do you have an SCA ID? Valerie -- Valerie Fenwick, http://blogs.sun.com/bubbva Solaris Security Technologies, Developer, Sun Microsystems, Inc. 17 Network Circle, Menlo Park, CA, 94025.