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From Stas Bekman <>
Subject Re: Volunteering to be RM
Date Sun, 25 May 2003 08:44:41 GMT
Sander Striker wrote:
>>From: Stas Bekman []
>>Sent: Friday, May 23, 2003 11:38 AM
>>Stas Bekman wrote:
>>>Sander Striker wrote:
>>>>I guess it is about time for a new 2.0 release.  I hereby
>>>>volunteer to be RM.  If I don't hear any objections I'll
>>>>tag tomorrow.
>>>ap_get_client_block is broken. Can this be considered a showstopper?
>>>The fix is pretty trivial, just need to decide which one to use.
>>Sander, you have asked if there are any objections. I've posted the 
>>information about an existing problem. Nobody has followed up on this report, 
>>though everybody seems to be happy to proceed with a new release, rolling a 
>>new tag. Can somebody please explain why?
> Sorry about that Stas.  The brokenness was present in previous releases,
> correct?  Therefor, IMO, it isn't a showstopper.  

I think that bug wasn't known until now.

> I prolly should have stated
> that.

Yes, please. That's the respond I was missing. Thanks.

>>Is it because I haven't logged this issue into a STATUS file, haven't submitted
>>it to the bug database, or just because I don't have enough httpd-dev karma
>>to make any difference?
> None of the above.  You just need sufficient backing for the patch and
> someone needs to commit it (to 2.1).  And then propose it for backport.
> A bit odd, given we want to get rid of the thing altogher in 2.1, but hey...

That's the thing. Justin has suggested to get rid of it, but noone has 
followed up on his suggestion...

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