[wp-hackers] How to submit patches

Aaron Jorbin aaron at jorb.in
Thu Jan 27 19:23:10 UTC 2011

1) Make sure you set yourself up to be cc'ed on all comments on your ticket
so if there are comments or questions you can reply.

2) After 3.1 is out the door (and there has been a day or two to rest), you
might want to pop into #wordpress-dev on IRC and ask if anyone is around to
take a look at your ticket.  It might take a few times to find one of the
main core people, but it's a good opportunity to get feedback on your patch.

3) Stay patient and don't take it personel if your ticket doesn't get any
traction.  Just work on getting eyes on it in a calm and respectful manner.

Thanks for working on your first patch!

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On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 2:13 PM, Brian Layman <wp-hackers at thecodecave.com>wrote:

> On 1/27/2011 3:24 AM, Baruch Burstein wrote:
>> I filed to feature requests on trac (adding hooks), and have attached a
>> .patch to both. Is that all I need to do and now I just wait for someone
>> to
>> notice them and (hopefully) merge them, or do I need to call attention to
>> them somehow?
> All tickets do get a set of eyes on them.  So, there's really nothing more
> you need to do for that to happen.  You could certainly discuss
> modifications to the core here and what the best approach, then you could
> modify the ticket accordingly.  That would be an more appropriate approach
> than to say.. find the ticket is rejected for some reason and to appeal the
> decision via this list.
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