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Month: December 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] sip4-tqt FTBFS (debian/testing). Quit patch.

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 23:32:22 -0600
> Hi there,
> -------------------
> On a side note, what's the standard procedure followed by the TDE team
> members for submitting bug
> fixes/improvements? Should we post patches to this ML or is there another
> way? Or should we just commit
> that to the GIT repo?

In general there are two ways to tosubmit patches:
1.) Submit a patch to the mailing list for ACK/NAK before committing to GIT
2.) File a bug report and attach the patch to it

In general, small patches that fix build failures and other minor defects
should just be sent to the list and committed to GIT if no one objects. 
Larger patches, such as those which change library ABIs and/or user
interfaces should be attached to a bug report which details the defect
encountered and the subsequent reasoning behind the patch.

Hope this helps!