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From "David W. Van Couvering" <David.Vancouver...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Wiki for patches
Date Mon, 13 Feb 2006 20:06:16 GMT
Even if we get this working, how do we know about those strange 
"in-between" status such as "patch reviewed", "new patch provided" or 
"patch accepted, working on committing"?  The nice thing about the Wiki 
page is that it is more open-ended in terms of "current status" and 
allows for these subtleties.

Again, the Truth is in JIRA and the mailing list; this is just available 
as a supplement to the Truth.


Kathey Marsden wrote:
> David W. Van Couvering wrote:
>>I would like to propose setting up a volunteer-only Wiki page for
>>patches.  If you are a contributor you can add an entry to this page
>>to indicate you've got a patch submitted, and can track status.  If
>>you're a committer, *if you want* you can scan this page and see
>>what's pending.
>>Any objections?
> We have the "patch available" box in Jira. I have been wondering how to
> query to find issues with patches available. If this is possible that
> seems like it would be more easily kept up to date instead of creating
> another data repository for this information.  I am quite sure I am just
> being blind but does anyone know how to query Jira issues with patches
> available?
> Kathey

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