Getting xserver patches reviewed

Daniel Stone daniel at
Mon Nov 26 16:18:38 PST 2007

On Mon, Nov 26, 2007 at 10:27:42AM -0800, Alan Coopersmith wrote:
> Bernardo Innocenti wrote:
> > There are a bunch of older xserver and libX11 patches
> > that I submitted to the xorg@ list, which went mostly
> > ignored for a very long time.
> When developers have time to review patches, they usually look
> in bugzilla, not the mailing list archives, since it's much
> easier to search there and find which patches have been applied
> (and thus the bugs closed) and which still need to be reviewed.
> Make sure to include the keyword "patch", so it shows up on the
> list of outstanding patches at:

Actually, to be honest, I usually only find myself with time[0] on
planes, trains, and, er, buses, which rules Bugzilla out.  I do a search
for [PATCH] through xorg@ and review all my flagged mail, and I try to
flag interesting patches.


[0]: Taking 'not doing anything else, but utterly exhausted' to not be a
     part of 'with time'.
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