[geeklog-users] submitting code
lgonze at panix.com
Mon Dec 15 19:12:33 EST 2003
In general, I never report bugs without also submitting a fix, so
that's really what my question is about. So far there are have been a
fix in search.php, one in the email address check, one in COM_refresh,
and one in the code to email the password. Any suggestions for how I
can do that in a way which is more likely to be successful?
On Monday, Dec 15, 2003, at 18:56 America/New_York, Blaine Lang wrote:
> I don't think that project owners ignore patches and bug reports. We do
> appreciate a little patience and ask that bugs be reported.
> Many times, the developer may already be aware or working on a future
> release. Critical security related problems get priority and attention.
> If you have a Core Geeklog bug - then report it using the Link of the
> page on geeklog.net (Top Left)
> Like many others, I have a number of projects and many more ideas then
> Depending on the issue, I proritize them and the project.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Lucas Gonze" <lgonze at panix.com>
> To: <geeklog-users at lists.geeklog.net>
> Sent: Monday, December 15, 2003 5:57 PM
> Subject: [geeklog-users] submitting code
>> Ok, given that the project maintainers always ignore patches, I'm
>> wondering what other users do with their code. Does anybody else
>> submit stuff, or do you just keep a private fork on your own machine?
>> Any advice?
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