Chuck Wolber <[email protected]> writes:
> I don't know if there is a problem, but it goes against the concept of
> "one-off" fixes that aren't maintained
If they have time for this then great, I can't see any drawbacks.
The early concept was just meant to limit the workload.
> (aka the purpose of the -stable
> team). This slope eventually leads us to backporting -stable fixes from
> other -stable releases etc etc.
As long as they can contribute their time it's a win.
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