Subject: re: PRs should first have submitted status rather than open
To: Todd Vierling <>
From: Petri Koistinen <>
List: netbsd-bugs
Date: 05/25/2001 17:02:21
On Fri, 25 May 2001, Todd Vierling wrote:

> On Fri, 25 May 2001, Petri Koistinen wrote:
> : Well, but the submitter of PR doesn't get any confirmation that somebody
> : has realy readed her/his PR and started to work on it.
> This is what the "analyzed" PR state is intended to cover.

Yes, but it apparently doesn't work, there is 1923 open PRs against 136
analyzed PRs (25 May 2001 12:46:43 GMT). Submitted status would act like
a filter before open status.

Well, we don't need to declare that submitted as one of the official
status, like those described in

We would only need one more report on page.
Report of PRs with empty Audit-Trail: and "State: open" field. So this is
the (new) definition of submitted PR.

Yes, I know that who ever can send email to PR which will appear in
Audit-Trail: field, but then somebody has done something for PR and it can
declared as open (well officially it is already). This kind of query
shouldn't be that hard to write?

Petri Koistinen