There's no rule that netbsd developers not on packages can't commit to pkgsrc, just the usual notion of treading carefully in unfamliar areas (which you are of course doing by asking for review). Two things that may be not obvious to people who haven't been committing to pkgsrc: The quilt commit message should summarize the changes from 0.46 to 0.48. Basically the NEWS entries from upstream, or what they should have said if they don't provide NEWS. In p5-gettext, we have an emerging convention that patch files should have text before the hunks that explain why the patch is needed, and if it's a pkgsrc issue or something that should be fixed upstream. If it should be fixed upstream and is filed in an upstream bug tracker, that URL should be included. We used to have the rationale only in the cvs commit message, but I believe most of now think that having it in the patch file is helpful.
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