dalibor topic dalibor.topic at
Wed Jun 22 20:43:01 UTC 2016

On 22.06.2016 22:13, Alexander Nyssen wrote:

>  What is not yet clear to me is how to deliver that contribution.

See section 3 of .

> As seems to be limited to users with push access, where to make a patch available for review/consumption?

On the corresponding mailing list.

> Shall I generate webrev material and attach it to a mail?

Quoting from the section referenced above:

"The code change itself, relative to an existing changeset in the 
appropriate Mercurial repository. The preferred form is generated by 
Mercurial's hg export command, with the -g option so that file renames 
are tracked correctly. The output of hg diff -g is also acceptable, and 
in the worst case traditional unified diffs (-u) are okay too, at least 
for simple changes."

> Also, as only authors seem to be allowed to comment issues in JIRA, how to contribute there (I would like to at least answer questions that were raised on issues I have created via the Webbug interface)?

The easiest way to do that is to start a separate thread on a mailing 
list around an issue.

Broadly speaking, mailing lists are for discussion, while bug trackers 
are for facts. Keeping these two separated allows developers to come 
back to issues later without having to slog through years of potentially 
tangential discussions on the bug in a bug tracker. [0]

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