[Mono-dev] Restart my fork?
stifu at free.fr
Sun Jun 17 12:21:59 UTC 2012
Can't really give Git-related advices, I suck at it, but I can easily review
WinForms patches if you simply attach them to your messages the old-school
Robert Wilkens wrote
> My master branch contains two unrelated winforms changes (one change for
> idle, one change for DataGrid - not DataGridView don't worry i'm not
> duplicating work), it's becoming clear that they are not going to
> receive priority and i have no problem with that.
> But i do have at least one non-winforms fix which i'd like to at least
> get reviewed. That's not going to happen since the winforms changes
> have to go thru first.
> Is it considered a safe thing to:
> 1) Backup the files that i changed for each fix
> 2) Delete my fork
> 3) Create a new fork
> 4) Create branches for each change and submit them separately
> I think this would help me get past my current state of 'i can't really
> do anything until my master branch is approved or rejected'...
> I probably won't do this today, but if I don't hear back i might do that
> sometime this week.
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