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From Randy Terbush <ra...@dsndata.com>
Subject Re: httpd patch B5 updated.
Date Tue, 14 Mar 1995 22:52:59 GMT

> Agreed up to here.
> 
>    It might be a good idea to limit ourselves to:
> 
>    o	Discussing NO MORE THAN 1 (say) patches at a time.
>    o	Not moving on to a 2nd patch till the previous one
> 	   has been completely dealt with and signed off.
> 
> This is where I have a problem.  What with everybody's sleep/wake
> cycles being as off-kilter as they are, I have a hard time imagining a
> patch getting cleared in less than twenty-four hours.  This means we'd
> spend the better part of a *month* just groveling over the existing
> patch list (especially considering how likely we'd be to lose time
> over weekends).  That kind of delay isn't quite what came to my mind
> when Rob said "lights, camera, *action*".  [Emphasis added ;-)].

I agree completely.  I have enjoyed the pace of things personally.

How about maintaining an "Alpha" source tree, and a "Pre-Alpha"
source tree.  We can apply the patches as they arrive to the
Pre-Alpha, and use it to test and evaluate these changes before
commiting/accepting them to the "Alpha" tree.





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