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Commit access to the perforce plugin

Tim Hepner
Commit access to the perforce plugin

Kohsuke,

        I have a fix for the perforce plugin that will allow it work with distributed builds.  I'd like to contribute this back to the community but I can't get a response from the plugin owner.  I sent him the patch for review but I havent heard back for about a month.  I know he's been extremely busy with other things and I don't want step on anyones toes.  I know there are some other people on the list that would benefit from the fix Can you please tell me the proper process for getting this change approved?

        Thanks,

                      Tim

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Re: Commit access to the perforce plugin

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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Tim Hepner wrote:

> Kohsuke,
> I have a fix for the perforce plugin that will allow it work
> with distributed builds.  I'd like to contribute this back to the
> community but I can't get a response from the plugin owner.  I sent him
> the patch for review but I haven't heard back for about a month.  I know
> he's been extremely busy with other things and I don't want step on
> anyone's toes.  I know there are some other people on the list that
> would benefit from the fix.  Can you please tell me the proper process
> for getting this change approved?
> Thanks,
Thanks for trying to contact the original author. Please tell me your
java.net ID so that I can give you the commit access.

Assuming you are interested, I think it's in the best interest for
everyone for you to presume the maintainer role.

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Kohsuke Kawaguchi
Sun Microsystems                   [hidden email]

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RE: Re: Commit access to the perforce plugin

Tim Hepner
My user ID is thepner.  I just got a response from Mike.  I think he
still wants to be the maintainer.  He's also approved the change.
        Thanks,
                Tim


-----Original Message-----
From: Kohsuke Kawaguchi [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Monday, July 07, 2008 11:52 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: Commit access to the perforce plugin

Tim Hepner wrote:
> Kohsuke,
> I have a fix for the perforce plugin that will allow it work
> with distributed builds.  I'd like to contribute this back to the
> community but I can't get a response from the plugin owner.  I sent
him
> the patch for review but I haven't heard back for about a month.  I
know
> he's been extremely busy with other things and I don't want step on
> anyone's toes.  I know there are some other people on the list that
> would benefit from the fix.  Can you please tell me the proper process
> for getting this change approved?
> Thanks,

Thanks for trying to contact the original author. Please tell me your
java.net ID so that I can give you the commit access.

Assuming you are interested, I think it's in the best interest for
everyone for you to presume the maintainer role.

--
Kohsuke Kawaguchi
Sun Microsystems                   [hidden email]


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Re: Commit access to the perforce plugin

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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Tim Hepner wrote:
> My user ID is thepner.  I just got a response from Mike.  I think he
> still wants to be the maintainer.  He's also approved the change.

OK.

In any case more the merrier --- I added you as a committer.


> Thanks,
> Tim
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kohsuke Kawaguchi [mailto:[hidden email]]
> Sent: Monday, July 07, 2008 11:52 AM
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: Re: Commit access to the perforce plugin
>
> Tim Hepner wrote:
>> Kohsuke,
>> I have a fix for the perforce plugin that will allow it work
>> with distributed builds.  I'd like to contribute this back to the
>> community but I can't get a response from the plugin owner.  I sent
> him
>> the patch for review but I haven't heard back for about a month.  I
> know
>> he's been extremely busy with other things and I don't want step on
>> anyone's toes.  I know there are some other people on the list that
>> would benefit from the fix.  Can you please tell me the proper process
>> for getting this change approved?
>> Thanks,
>
> Thanks for trying to contact the original author. Please tell me your
> java.net ID so that I can give you the commit access.
>
> Assuming you are interested, I think it's in the best interest for
> everyone for you to presume the maintainer role.
>

--
Kohsuke Kawaguchi
Sun Microsystems                   [hidden email]

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