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Re: [libvirt] Publishing libvirt 'patches' JSON database?

On Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 04:34:26PM +0100, Kashyap Chamarthy wrote:
> I'd imagine most developers on this list have their own workflows to
> track/apply/test patches from the mailing list.  I normally just save
> patches in Mutt's Maildir and apply them manually to a Git branch.  I
> recently began using the 'patches'[1] tool, that some of you on this
> list must be familiar with, to test arbitrary QEMU patches from the
> mailing list, and found it relatively easy large patch series from
> mailing list.
> I'm writing this to check if the libvirt upstream community finds it
> desirable to setup such a patches database.

It would probably be useful. I'll see if I can setup a cron job on
the libvirt.org server to publish it and we can give it a try.

If it works out, we might want to get a bit more formal in giving
Reviewed-by lines, etc, rather than the generic ACK

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