[blfs-dev] patches r2920 - trunk/icedtea
Fernando de Oliveira
famobr at yahoo.com.br
Thu Jun 26 03:37:48 PDT 2014
Em 26-06-2014 07:21, Fernando de Oliveira escreveu:
> Em 26-06-2014 04:54, Pierre Labastie escreveu:
>> Le 26/06/2014 01:49, Ken Moffat a écrit :
>>> On Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 08:23:46PM -0300, Fernando de Oliveira wrote:
>>>> Em 25-06-2014 16:46, pierre at higgs.linuxfromscratch.org escreveu:
>>>>> +Submitted By: Fernando de Oliveira <famobr at yahoo dot com dot br>
>>>> I put my name when I did a simple rediff or just put the LC_ALL=C, can't
>>>> remember. Please, the guilty one, now, are you. :-)
I wrote the word "guilty" in good mood, as I've seen book doing it when
he forgets to change to his name an entry in the Changelog.
>>> When I update a patch, I mostly leave the original submitter and
>>> add my name and whatever I changed somewhere in the text, often at
>>> the end. I had not noticed an Update: field - I like the idea, but
>>> certainly each change ought to have someone credited : although svn
>>> and git use 'blame' I don't think of it as "who broke it", but "who
>>> tried to fix it", so I am reluctant to use "guilty", even in this
>>> sense of "you touched it last, so you are 'it'". [ not sure if that
>>> will be understood - in a children's game here, the one who gets
>>> touched becomes "it" until he or she can touch somebody else ].
>> In France, the game is "jouer au chat" (play "cat"), and the one who is
>> touched becomes the cat (guess the others are mice) until he or she can
>> touch somebody else. I like the "Updated" field too. Unless DJ or
>> whoever put the patch first wants to change, I think we can keep the
>> patch as is.
>> Also, the first patch I committed is wrong, and the second attempt is
>> better but does not do what it is supposed to do, so I am perfectly OK
>> with the term "guilty".
> OK, then I was the wrong one, when I changed to my name.
Should have said:
"I am the guilty one for changing Submitted field." :-)
> Please, change it back to
> Submitted By: DJ Lucas <dj AT linuxfromscratch DOT org>
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