Submission process is a bit confusing
Now I'm fully aware I'm not very bright, but having recently submitted a Mustang fix I'd like to mention I found the submission process a bit confusing.
Specifically, we have this page...
...that says (numbering mine)...
Here's what we are looking for:
1. A clear description of the bug or feature that is being addressed.
2. A complete set of source changes that implement the bugfix or feature. (Preferably relative to a recent Mustang build.)
3. Unit test(s) that confirm the expected behavior.
4. An informal assurance that the code has been compiled and tested and seems to work.
And then this 'Example Contribution' page...
...which only really covers 2 out of 4 of the 'things we're looking for' (namely numbers 1 and 2, 'description and source code'), and finally we have the 'Submit A Fix' page itself...
...which, while clearly providing boxes for 'things we are looking for' numbers 2 and 3 (source code and unit tests), munges number 1 in with number 2, and doesn't mention number 4.
I am really keen to participate in Mustang, and really keen to see my fix steered through the process, and really cautious not to offend anyone by using the submission process incorrectly, but the above points seem to make that a bit harder than perhaps it need be.
Message was edited by: kenrodd