Commit f83c6c44 authored by Mukund Sivaraman's avatar Mukund Sivaraman
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@section contributorGuideReview Going through a review
Once all those are checked and working, feel free to create a ticket
for your patch (http://bind10.isc.org) or attach your patch to the
existing ticket if there is one. You may drop a note to bind10 or dhcp
for your patch at http://bind10.isc.org/ or attach your patch to an
existing ticket if you have fixed it. It would be nice if you also join the \c bind10 or \c dhcp
chatroom saying that you have submitted a patch. Alternatively, you
may send a note to bind10-dev or bind10-dhcp lists.
may send a note to the \c bind10-dev or \c bind10-dhcp mailing lists.
Here's the tricky part. One of BIND10 developers will review your
patch, but it may not happen immediately. Unfortunately, developers
are usually working under tight schedule, so any extra unplanned
review work sometimes make take a while. Having said that, we value
are usually working under a tight schedule, so any extra unplanned
review work may take a while sometimes. Having said that, we value
external contributions very much and will do whatever we can to
review patches in a timely manner. Don't get discouraged if your
patch is not accepted after first review. To keep the code quality
high, we use the same review processes for internal code and for
external patches. It may take several cycles of review/updated patch
external patches. It may take some cycles of review/updated patch
submissions before the code is finally accepted.
Once the process is almost completed, the developer will likely ask
Once the process is almost complete, the developer will likely ask
you how you would like to be credited. The typical answers are by
first,last name, by nickname, by company or anonymously. Typically we
will add a note to ChangeLog. If the contributted feature is big or
critical for whatever reason, it may be also mentioned in release
first and last name, by nickname, by company name or anonymously. Typically we
will add a note to the \c ChangeLog and also set you as the author of the
commit applying the patch. If the contributted feature is big or
critical for whatever reason, it may also be mentioned in release
notes.
@section contributorGuideExtra Extra steps
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