[Mesa-dev] [PATCH 3/4] docs/submittingpatches.html: remove version tag for nominations
emil.l.velikov at gmail.com
Mon Feb 13 19:23:40 UTC 2017
From: Emil Velikov <emil.veliko at collabora.com>
The version tag used to nominate has bitten even experienced mesa
developers. Not to mention that it deviates from the one used in the
kernel leading to further confusion.
Simplify things and omit it all together.
Signed-off-by: Emil Velcro <emil.velikov at collabora.com>
Another option would be to align it with the kernel one, but that could
bring even further confusion.
I'll gladly welcome any input on the topic.
docs/submittingpatches.html | 10 ++--------
1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)
diff --git a/docs/submittingpatches.html b/docs/submittingpatches.html
index 69835af6eb..564ad731b2 100644
@@ -233,17 +233,11 @@ Here are some examples of such a note:
<li>CC: <mesa-stable at lists.freedesktop.org></li>
- <li>CC: "9.2 10.0" <mesa-stable at lists.freedesktop.org></li>
- <li>CC: "10.0" <mesa-stable at lists.freedesktop.org></li>
Simply adding the CC to the mesa-stable list address is adequate to nominate
-the commit for the most-recently-created stable branch. It is only necessary
-to specify a specific branch name, (such as "9.2 10.0" or "10.0" in the
-examples above), if you want to nominate the commit for an older stable
-branch. And, as in these examples, you can nominate the commit for the older
-branch in addition to the more recent branch, or nominate the commit
-exclusively for the older branch.
+the commit for all the active stable branches. If the commit is not applicable
+for said branch the stable-release manager will reply stating so.
This "CC" syntax for patch nomination will cause patches to automatically be
copied to the mesa-stable@ mailing list when you use "git send-email" to send
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