Subject: Re: [boost] [Range] Are pull request in github being considered?
From: Gonzalo Brito Gadeschi (g.brito_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-03-20 14:56:33
>I've not had notification of pull requests. This is possibly due to my
omission to register with something.
If you are an owner of the repository you should get notified
automatically. Otherwise you can (in GitHub) configure the information that
you recieve (see "follow repository" for more details).
>Practically, I'm monitoring trac and tackling the issues reported there.
I'll report the bug and submit the patch through trac then (but there will
be still two pull requests open in github).
IMO contributing patches should be as easy as possible and there should be
easily reachable step-by-step documentation about the process.
On Thursday, March 20, 2014, Neil Groves <neilgroves_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> > There are 3 pull-request in github with zero comments,
> > none closed, and the oldest is 3 months old (one is
> > from me).
> I've not had notification of pull requests. This is possibly due to my
> omission to register with something.
> > Are they being considered or should one submit
> > patches for Boost.Range over trac?
> Practically, I'm monitoring trac and tackling the issues reported there.
> > The FAQ doesn't say anything about the preferred
> > way to submit patches and the modular boost documentation
> > mentions pull-request as valid options, but I would like
> > to be sure that I sent my patch through the preferred channel.
> I'm finding the transition difficult too. It's not always obvious which
> procedure to follow. However if you get me the info I'll attempt to make
> some progress.
> > Bests,
> > Gonzalo BG
> Neil Groves
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