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SubjectRe: Suggestion re: [PATCH] Remove Bitkeeper documentation from Linux tree
On Mon, Apr 22, 2002 at 03:54:04AM +1000, CaT wrote:
> That's what I meant. Email gets sent out to LKML when the patch gets sent
> to BK for approval by Linus. Another email can then be sent out (unless
> it's felt that it's too verbose to do so) when Linus accepts it into the
> tree. (unless I'm missing something about BK ;)

This doesn't work -- there is no BK _push_ to Linus. There is no "sent
to BK for approval."

Traditional RFC822 email is sent to Linus, telling him that there are BK
changesets to be picked up. A human-defined length of time ensues,
after which Linus either ignores or comments on the email, and either
does a 'bk pull' or not.

Very similar to the way GNU patches are handled, strangely enough ;-)

Jeff



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