[development] Backport/Performance patch repository?

Neil Drumm drumm at delocalizedham.com
Tue Jun 5 19:10:17 UTC 2007

On 6/5/07, Gerhard Killesreiter <gerhard at killesreiter.de> wrote:
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> Jim Li schrieb:
> > Hello, first off I apologize if this is inappropriate for this list.
> It is more infrastructue related, me thinks.
> > I just leaned that custom logging (by Kahlid) and JS aggregation (by
> > M3avrck) has been backported to 5.x. So I was thinking does it make
> > sense to
> > have a central repository for all these fine backport/performance patches,
> > which may never land in the official 5.x release?
> Will never.
> > (Or does it already
> > exist?) Another high profile patch I am aware of is the tracker query patch
> > (by David Strauss). There gotta be more, including some of the locally
> > applied to d.o. ones that never got released.
> All the patches that are applied to d.o are availabl ein the issue tracker.

I would like to not see these patches mixed in with issues which are
on track to go in a stable version. I do not think using the 'patch
(code needs review)' or 'patch (ready to be committed)' statuses are
appropriate. The best fit I see is 'won't fix.'

Neil Drumm

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