[Twisted-Python] Re: [Twisted-web] Reminder: Virtual Twisted Sprint, 8-9 October

Mary Gardiner mary-twisted at puzzling.org
Mon Sep 26 23:46:32 EDT 2005

[Moving discussion onto twisted-python only]

On Mon, Sep 26, 2005, Ed Suominen wrote:
> I'm a regular grump on #twisted about the overall lack of docstrings in
> Twisted. I'd be willing to participate by offering docstrings for
> specific classes/methods if there's a general interest and willingness
> to incorporate them. What would be the preferred way to pass them on for
> review and commit, given that "all participants [are] welcome" but that
> I lack commit access and would rather not jump through the bug tracker
> hoops for every single docstring written?

Well, asking at the time will give you the ultimate answer, but
whichever of the following is acceptable to you:

 1. Make your patches available on a website and give the person who has
    agreed to review them the URL.

 2. Mail them to the person who has agreed to review them.

 3. Make a single bug and attach all the patches to it. (Depends on
    exactly what bug tracker hoops you object to.)

1 and 3 are preferrable because it means that if someone drops the ball
on the day, you can nag about it on the list.


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