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From Avi Kessner <akess...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Draft email to committers
Date Mon, 17 Mar 2014 14:01:12 GMT
Is a 'fix' an attached file or a change in git?

If those git hooks are up and running that would be great to know.  This
should probably be continued in another thread.
On Mar 17, 2014 9:02 AM, "Justin Mclean" <justin@classsoftware.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> > Part of it is getting the right version, part of it is knowing how to
> make
> > sure you didn't embarrass yourself with the fix.
> Any fix is just a revert away - that's the great thing about version.
>  I've made plenty of mistakes so I wouldn't be concerned  about breaking
> stuff :-)
> > Knowing what counts as a fix. Other vague uncertainties.
> If you supply a fix that isn;t perfect that's also good and other people
> get to see it and hopefully improve on it. I noticed Maurice correct some
> spelling issues and Americanised my spelling  on a patch I added a while
> back today.
> > If there was a way to pull
> We can match patches from pull requests easily enough. There is some new
> github integration released by infra a few months back but I've not had a
> chance to look at it and we've had very few pull requests.
> > and then just commit with a message about which jira it was connected to
> JIRA smart and will pick up if you mention a bug number in a git check in.
> I think with the new integration it can do the same with pull requests.
> Thanks,
> Justin

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