I know, some of these patches got applied by myself, and I just forgot
then. So lets please for the future try to not forget to mark patches
applied/whatever and close after some time.
 IIRC must close be done after sending the "applied notice" mail or
that would reopen it.
PS: I'd rather not do it myself lacking an 24/7 internet connection - I
have to pay for my ISDN line per minute.
PPS: PS stands for "post scriptum" or "pumpking speaking" :)
PPPS: Dunno if Juergen already has sufficient rights to update the patch
status (it was some separate step for my acccount) - If not please
update these bits in the setup. Thanks again.
I tried to update the status of #24177 but got Permission Denied.
Any chance of that being changed so I could update them myself?
You have to log in with an account that uses the same email address,
and then you should be able to. (If you have an account that uses a
different email address, then I need to match things up.)
My account (mikescott) at http://auth.perl.org/auth/account shows the
correct email. The RT page assures me that I'm signed in as mikescott.
I go to the Modify ticket #24030 and set Status to resolved, click Save
Changes and get Status: Permission Denied.
(17405) [PATCH] correct make pdb on Win32
(24149) [PATCH] small Makefile patch (rm *.s in realclean instead of clean)
(24205) [PATCH] removing -mno-accumulate-outgoing-args for non x86 arch
the last one was applied by Dan, but the Status wasn't updated on RT.
I can't do it myself (permission denied).
$_=q,just perl,,s, , another ,,s,$, hacker,,print;
RT had a different idea of what your email address was. (There is an
issue with propagation.) I've reeducated it.
I've updated the ticket.
I resolved #24030 and #24038 by changing the Status field and hitting
Save Changes, then I noticed there was a Resolve option on the top
righthand side which asks for details for a notification email. I'm
wondering which is the approved way?
I ask because I'll add a details to the ParrotSubmissions page on the
wiki when I'm done.
BTW I submitted a pod version of this page as #24103 with a suggestion
for a [NEW] prefix convention for new files but it got warnocked.
Either is fine. By default the "Resolve" page will only add a comment
unless you change it to "Correspondence". But if you don't enter any
text in the big box, none will be recorded.