[Bug 1896] libX11 support for pt_BR
felix.schulte at gmail.com
Tue Nov 23 11:46:21 PST 2004
On Tue, 23 Nov 2004 19:17:16 +0000, Daniel Stone <daniel at fooishbar.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-11-23 at 16:13 +0100, Roland Mainz wrote:
> > Erm... which patches are that (except those from Daniel Stone - which
> > seems to miss more or less all requirements needed to obtain approval
> > for X1R6.8.x (and yes, I am ANGRY about this misuse of the approval flag
> > system)) - could you please make a list ? Until now I thought all
> > patches which are approved for X11R6.8.x are commited to "trunk", too
> > (this applies AFAIK to all of my patches and most of the patches I can
> > think about).
> There's now 19 bugs with 30 attachments pending review and commit and
> whatever without any flags at all, and I strongly suggest their
> inclusion in 6.8.x.
> I'm not doing anything with them or filing further bugs because it makes
> you angry. Tell me how to work without making you angry and I'll do
> what I can to get them in and included in a way that doesn't kill you.
Daniel, could you please stop acting like a troll?
The approval process for the new release is very clear:
1. You make a patch
2. You get it reviewed on demand
3. You commit it to HEAD
4. You request approval for the release branch
That is the order in which things should happen. Everyone has
understood that. Except Daniel Stone. But Daniel Stone does not care
since Daniel Stone is a law under himself and does not have to follow
any guidelines everyone else is honoring.
_ Felix Schulte
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