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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of ContributingHowTo


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10/05/10 16:55:07 (4 years ago)
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PaulM
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    4040 * '''Design Decision Needed''': This status is for issues which may be contentious, may be backwards incompatible, or otherwise involve high-level design decisions. These decisions are generally made by the core committers, however that is not a requirement. See the FAQ below for "My ticket has been in DDN forever! What should I do?" 
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    42  * '''Ready For Checkin''': The ticket was reviewed by any member of the community other than the person who supplied the patch and found to meet all the requirements for a commit-ready patch. A core committer now needs to give the patch a final review prior to being committed. See the FAW below for "My ticket has been in RFC forever! What should I do?" 
     42 * '''Ready For Checkin''': The ticket was reviewed by any member of the community other than the person who supplied the patch and found to meet all the requirements for a commit-ready patch. A core committer now needs to give the patch a final review prior to being committed. See the FAQ below for "My ticket has been in RFC forever! What should I do?" 
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    44  * '''Someday/Maybe''': Generally only used for vague/high-level features or design ideas. These tickets are uncommon and overall less useful since the don't describe concrete actionable issues. 
     44 * '''Someday/Maybe''': Generally only used for vague/high-level features or design ideas. These tickets are uncommon and overall less useful since they don't describe concrete actionable issues. 
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    4646 * '''Fixed on a branch''': Used to indicate that a ticket is resolved as part of a major body of work that will eventually be merged to trunk. Tickets in this stage generally don't need further work. This may happen in the case of major features/refactors in each release cycle, or as part of the annul Google Summer of Code efforts.