[wp-hackers] Getting stuck in?

Rob r at robm.me.uk
Sun Mar 19 18:24:53 GMT 2006

Mark Jaquith wrote:
> On Mar 19, 2006, at 1:06 PM, Rob wrote:
>> What's the policy on just fixing stuff (adding patches and whatnot) 
>> on Trac? Does one require a special status or something? I can't see 
>> anything that says so but I don't want to tread on anyone's toes; 
>> I've added a couple of patches lately and wanted to make sure I 
>> wasn't harming things.
> Anyone can submit a patch.  Just don't get depressed if it doesn't get 
> put into core.  After adding a patch, add the keyword "has-patch" to 
> the ticket and maybe "needs-testing" if you think there may be 
> server-related or browser-related issues.  You can also put up 
> 2nd-opinion if it is a feature addition or if you are unsure that your 
> way of fixing the bug was best.
> If it's a big patch that'll require a lot of work, it might be good to 
> get some other opinions before starting... just so you don't end up 
> wasting a lot of time going in the wrong direction.
> -- 
> Mark Jaquith
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Righto, just as I thought. Cheers :)

Rob Miller
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