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From "Oren Eini (Ayende Rahien)" <aye...@ayende.com>
Subject Re: Long-terms plans for supporting .NET 3.5
Date Wed, 16 Jan 2013 17:21:59 GMT
What is the difference between PR & Patch


On Wed, Jan 16, 2013 at 5:01 PM, Stefan Bodewig <bodewig@apache.org> wrote:

> On 2013-01-16, Itamar Syn-Hershko wrote:
>
> > there's nothing to worry, really. Usually PRs have discussions on
> > them, or its really clear what they are for. Worst case, a PR has been
> > sent without a description or proper discussion (which we can always
> > do on JIRA / mailing list / github), we deny it.
>
> Many thanks to you and Oren for the update.
>
> The problem I see with PRs that haven't been discussed is that some
> committer might feel compelled to merge it just because the author has
> spent so much time and energy on it.
>
> The "problem" with PRs of people that never come back is the wasted
> opportunity, nothing else.  And granted, this also exists in a "attach
> patch to bug report" world.
>
> > Also, the discussion is to move to using git, which is much easier to
> > collaborate with than with SVN, hands down. You should have exactly  the
> > same concerns with SVN, frankly.
>
> Not at all.  "move to git" is a given to me and I don't have any
> concerns with that at all.  "use github pull requests rather than
> patches" is where I have some reservations.  But none that would make me
> block such a decision as long as the primary repo is the ASF one.
>
> Stefan
>

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