[mythtv] Patch nudge...
willu.mailingLists at cse.unsw.edu.au
Mon Jan 29 05:51:46 UTC 2007
> On 01/27/2007 05:28 PM, William Uther wrote:
>> I'm just writing to ask again if someone could commit the patch in
>> ticket #2194 (randomising when MythFillDatabase gets called). A few
>> times committers have mentioned that it seems like a good idea, and
>> there have been no objections to the recent versions of the patch,
>> but it never seems to actually get committed. So this is another
>> little nudge :)
> Didn't Chris Pinkham say he was planning to do just that after your
> nudge 10 days ago?
Well, Chris said he was thinking about it. And I thanked him,
expecting it to be applied soon. Then I waited a week and a half,
and it wasn't applied. So I nudged again.
I'm never quite sure how much noise to make over these things. I
don't want to be annoying, but my prior experience has been that if
nothing happens in a week then it has been forgotten (or moved low
enough down the TODO list that it will never surface again). Hence
my polite pings.
If there is a reason for the delay in applying the patch, then I'm
happy to delay my nudges. But at this point, all that needs to
happen is a patch gets applied. If it is being tested for a while,
that's great (although I've been running it for quite a while now).
A short "I'm testing it and it will be applied soon" would mean I
could relax the shepherding for a bit.
In short, I don't want to be annoying, but if squeaking is the
accepted method of getting grease, then I'll squeak. :) I'm trying
to only squeak about one patch at a time - unless other patches on my
squeak queue come up by themselves.
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