[collectd] [PATCH] add PUTNOTIF command

Doug MacEachern Doug.MacEachern at hyperic.com
Thu Jan 22 15:00:49 CET 2009

On Jan 22, 2009, at 12:08 AM, Florian Forster wrote:

> Hi Doug,
Hi Florian,

> On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 09:09:25PM -0500, Doug MacEachern wrote:
>> In the meantime consider the github/fork-queue if you haven't already
>> ;)
> Sounds like a cool feature, but unfortunately, this only works if all
> parties use github to host their repositories. And, to be honest, I'm
> not too keen on having the repository ``somewhere else''.

Understood.  I also have yet to use the feature myself, so I won't  
mention it again ;)

> If you don't like creating and sending patches, just push the  
> changes to
> a repository where I can pull them from and send a short email. That's
> how I'm getting patches from Sebastian, for example: He has cloned my
> repository and made that available publicly. Whenever he has something
> new, he commits that to the `sh/next' branch and tells me to pull  
> that.
> Does that sound easier?

I don't mind sending the patches, I just need to figure out what I'm  
doing wrong w/ git-send-email :)  I think I will try the public clone  
though, seems better for the trivial patches and making work-in- 
progress available.


> Regards,
> -octo
> -- 
> Florian octo Forster
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