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Re: [COMMITTED] Change for locale fr_CH and it_CH for monday as fisrt day of the week
- From: Arnaud <listes dot 00 at gmail dot com>
- To: libc-alpha at sourceware dot org
- Date: Tue, 19 Jan 2016 03:10:49 +0100
- Subject: Re: [COMMITTED] Change for locale fr_CH and it_CH for monday as fisrt day of the week
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Le 19. 01. 16 02:55, Mike Frysinger a Ãcrit :
On 19 Jan 2016 02:49, Arnaud wrote:
Le 19. 01. 16 02:41, Mike Frysinger a Ãcrit :
On 19 Jan 2016 02:30, Arnaud wrote:
why does the subject say "committed" ? this hasn't been committed,
so using that tag makes no sense and is just confusing.
I thought it did:
[master 0b1697b] Locale fr_CH and it_CH: change first day of the week
2 files changed, 8 insertions(+)
It didn't ?
i think git is confusing you ;). "committed" in the e-mail subject means
it has been *pushed* to the common/public repo. it does not refer to you
making a local commit to your personal fork.
Ah ok, I didn't understand it that way.
Followed the instructions here: https://sourceware.org/glibc/wiki/Contribution%20checklist,
and saw "For a patch that is already committed:", sorry (for me it was committed it but waiting for reject or approval).
Then, for a request with a patch, I should have used: [PATCH] ?
From 0b1697b6d875d5de861e9f68ff8c0d2b82fd8544 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Arnaud <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Jan 2016 01:39:54 +0100
Subject: [PATCH] Locale fr_CH and it_CH: change first day of the week
Signed-off-by: Arnaud <firstname.lastname@example.org>
we don't use signed-off-by here, but regardless of that, using "xxx" here
is both incorrect and pointless. we already have your e-mail address and
contact info since you sent this e-mail to the list.
Yes just saw that, sorry.
I am used to mailing list hiding the email address for the people sending an email to it and just showing the username we chose when we subsrcribed to it.
that's generally not how open source works. we work in the open and do
not hide ourselves.
It was more for the archive list on internet and spam bots (even if the '.' and '@' are replaced), as I am not hidden for the people receiving this mailing list. I meant the mailing lists I use generally remove the email address when the email is archived online.