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[Davical-general] How to submit patches?

Matthias Beyer
Hi,

I want to submit one or several patches! I try to setup a davical
instance at my university, and I think I will have some (really small,
but anyway) patches for you.

Should I simply push the stuff to my github repository and send a
"please pull this and that" to this mailing list? Or is there a
development mailinglist? Should I send patches to this mailinglist?

First option would be my favourite, but if you have other guidelines
for that, please tell me!

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Re: How to submit patches?

Andrew Ruthven
Hi Matthias,

On Thu, 2013-09-19 at 09:57 +0200, Matthias Beyer wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I want to submit one or several patches! I try to setup a davical
> instance at my university, and I think I will have some (really small,
> but anyway) patches for you.
>
> Should I simply push the stuff to my github repository and send a
> "please pull this and that" to this mailing list? Or is there a
> development mailinglist? Should I send patches to this mailinglist?
>
> First option would be my favourite, but if you have other guidelines
> for that, please tell me!
No real guidelines for how to contribute, the first option works for me,
and I should really track down some the patches have been made and merge
them in...

Cheers!

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Re: How to submit patches?

Matthias Beyer
Hi Andrew,

I made some pull requests on github and I added a issue. Would love to
hear what you're thinking about it!

Best regards!

On 19-09-2013 20:28:34, Andrew Ruthven wrote:

> Hi Matthias,
>
> On Thu, 2013-09-19 at 09:57 +0200, Matthias Beyer wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I want to submit one or several patches! I try to setup a davical
> > instance at my university, and I think I will have some (really small,
> > but anyway) patches for you.
> >
> > Should I simply push the stuff to my github repository and send a
> > "please pull this and that" to this mailing list? Or is there a
> > development mailinglist? Should I send patches to this mailinglist?
> >
> > First option would be my favourite, but if you have other guidelines
> > for that, please tell me!
>
> No real guidelines for how to contribute, the first option works for me,
> and I should really track down some the patches have been made and merge
> them in...
>
> Cheers!
>
> --
> Andrew Ruthven
> Wellington, New Zealand
> At home: [hidden email] |     linux.conf.au 2014
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