[PATCH 1/1] domain_conf.c: skip checking ZPCI address is incomplete if not present

Andrea Bolognani abologna at redhat.com
Mon Jun 29 08:44:42 UTC 2020

On Sun, 2020-06-28 at 09:25 -0300, Daniel Henrique Barboza wrote:
> On 6/27/20 10:32 AM, Andrea Bolognani wrote:
> > In the future, please don't include CC tags in your commits: removing
> > them results in extra work when picking up a patch, and it's also
> > generally not considered very polite to CC individual developers.
> > Everyone is subscribed to the list anyway :)
> I screwed up with the CC: tags in the commit msg. I usually do it via
> "--cc" in git-sendpatch in these cases.
> As for not being polite, I CC'ed the people that was related with the
> commit that I was fixing (signed-off/reviewed-by). Perhaps I should
> have CC'ed just the author instead .... assuming that CC'ing the author
> of the commit I'm amending is OK here in Libvirt, of course. At least
> in the QEMU mailing list it's not just OK, but encouraged to CC the
> author of the commit you're fixing to make the person aware.

QEMU and libvirt are different projects, which follow different
conventions in many areas such as coding style, merge workflow, and
mailing list usage.

For libvirt specifically, our documentation[1] states

  As a rule, patches should be sent to the mailing list only: all
  developers are subscribed to libvir-list and read it regularly, so
  **please don't CC individual developers** unless they've explicitly
  asked you to.

[1] https://libvirt.org/submitting-patches.html
Andrea Bolognani / Red Hat / Virtualization

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