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From Martin Kraemer <Martin.Krae...@mch.sni.de>
Subject Re: [POLL] apachen/patches directory
Date Mon, 12 Jan 1998 22:46:52 GMT
On Sun, Jan 11, 1998 at 05:48:19PM -0500, Jim Jagielski wrote:
> 
> Yes... with c-t-r, this becomes a good backup plan.

Yes it has the advantage that patches won't get lost (lost in a huge
number of discussion mails! 400+ mails over the last few days! ;-)

I understand it then that a submitter
	with CVS privs                       without CVS privs
	==============                       =================
   1)   submits a [PATCH] to new-httpd    submits a [PATCH] to new-httpd

		     * file is filtered by "[PATCH]" pattern
		     * file is stored in directory
		     * file is committed (cvs add / cvs ci)
???                    (with cvs mail suppressed)
???                  * file is forwarded to new-httpd or new patches list
		       (otherwise how could the discussion take place?)
   2)   (waits for no vetos?)             asks a core member to commit it
   3)   commits                          core member commits
	and updates STATUS / CHANGES
		     * commited files are sent to apache-cvs
		     * file is removed (cvs rm / cvs ci)
???                    (with cvs mail suppressed)

What happens at the "???" markes places?

    Martin
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