Jeremy Allison jeremy at
Mon Oct 2 17:34:51 GMT 2000

David Collier-Brown wrote:
> Neil Hoggarth wrote:
> >               Otherwise people are going to waste time putting
> > together submissions which meet the samba-patches criteria, submit them
> > and then get pissed off when they apparently get ignored (and I write
> > from personal experience ... :-)).
>         That reminds me: I proposed some changes to add
>         better sanity checking, but not in time for 2.0.7
>         I'd like to see them available in 2.2, as they catch
>         and diagnose a number of common errors, such as trying
>         to use wins support and wins server at the same time.
>         What's the process, guys?  Is it perchance propose
>         and get approval here before submitting to samba-patches?

I pick up copies everything sent to samba-patches.....

They sit in my inbox until I integrate or reject 'em.
If I integrate them I usually send a message directly
back to the submitter.


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