On 10/13/10 23:25, Padraig O'Sullivan wrote:
>>> I have my work in a branch on launchpad
>>> (lp:~posulliv/mysql-server/query-rewrite) but I'm not familiar with
>>> the procedure to get code considered for MySQL. I'm wondering what is
>>> the preferred method to have this patch considered? Should I propose
>>> the branch for merging on launchpad or should I send a patch to this
>>> mailing list?
>>> Any pointers to the procedure I should follow would be awesome.
>> Here: http://forge.mysql.com/wiki/Contributing_Code
> Cool, thanks. I sent a copy of the SCA to the email address listed on
> that page today. After I hear back from them, should I just send a
> patch to the list?
Thanks for turning in the SCA, I've reviewed and approved it. Keeping your
work in a BZR branch is likely the best approach, plain patches are a bit
cumbersome to handle and tend to bit-rot quickly...
It would not harm to also create a related bug report, marked as a "feature
request". That makes it easier to track the contribution (see the Wiki page
Unfortunately I can not comment on the patch itself, I leave this to the
developers subscribed to this list. But from an administrative point of view,
your patch is good to go :)
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