[CLJ-965] clojure.org/patches should have link to JIRA workflow wiki page added, and most content removed Created: 04/Apr/12 Updated: 10/May/12 Resolved: 10/May/12
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I have carefully reviewed the content of those two side by side, section by section, and it seems to me that they are either identical, or  is more up to date.
I am not proposing getting rid of , but instead do this:
Keep the first section headed "Submitting patches to Clojure and Clojure Contrib" exactly as it is now.
Immediately under the heading "So You Have an Idea...", put a single link, perhaps with one sentence or phrase, that points at . Delete all other text from there down on . You will lose nothing worth saving, and you will save future confusion as what is now  gets more and more stale.
|Comment by Andy Fingerhut [ 04/Apr/12 2:32 PM ]|
I am probably abusing the "Patch" attribute of this ticket. I've set it to Code to indicate that it is ready for screening/action, not that it actually has a patch. I suppose if you take a very broad view of patch, one that includes the English text describing the suggested web page changes to clojure.org/patches in the description, then it does have a patch.
|Comment by Andy Fingerhut [ 24/Apr/12 4:09 PM ]|
Another link that would be nice to update: On http://clojure.org/contributing there is a link with text "preferred process for submitting" that links to http://clojure.org/patches. It should link to http://dev.clojure.org/display/design/JIRA+workflow instead.
|Comment by Alex Miller [ 10/May/12 8:38 PM ]|
I have boldly made the suggested changes to the patches page as it seems imminently reasonable to avoid duplicating the more maintained version of the content. I added the sentence:
"Great! For more info on the process of creating issues in JIRA, creating and filing patches, tracking, screening and vetting patches, please visit the JIRA workflow page on the dev wiki." with a big wide link target to the jira workflow page.
If the powers that be deem my changes to be unsuitable, the powers that be can revert to the prior version here:
|Comment by Alex Miller [ 10/May/12 8:40 PM ]|
I also changed the link on http://clojure.org/contributing per the other comment.
|Comment by Andy Fingerhut [ 10/May/12 8:49 PM ]|
Between the two of us, Alex, we have just enough permissions to make the change to clojure.org and close the ticket Thanks!