On Dec 10, 2007, at 4:49 PM, Jon Mason wrote:
>> BTW, we work a bit differently here in OMPI as compared to the
>> OpenFabrics community -- you don't need to mail all patches to the
>> list before committing (especially for trivial fixes like this :-) ).
> Sorry, I was just trying to err on the side of caution and
> openness. Do
> you have a rule of thumb for what should be sent on the list versus
> simply committed?
"Big" things? Or when you're unsure if what you're doing will work,
etc. In those cases, if you need to go off and do some temporary
development for a while, use /tmp or /tmp-public (SVN is a little
different than git). When you're ready to bring it back to the trunk,
if it's a Big Change, ask others to test it, etc.