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From Ian Holsman <>
Subject Re: Random Checkins
Date Fri, 03 Apr 2009 02:52:10 GMT

ideally the test cases that your working with could be made public,  
but until then is it possible for you to run a hudson like service  
inside of FB and mail the test result output to the list so people  
know that tests are failing.

On 03/04/2009, at 1:21 PM, Jonathan Ellis wrote:

> On Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 6:37 PM, Avinash Lakshman
> <> wrote:
>> Another issue with ConcurrentHashMap is that the dude is a memory  
>> hog. We
>> got rid of it over a year ago because of the very same reason.
> Re CHM: what do you suggest instead?  I assume you are talking about
> for EfficientBidiMap.  Do you want the Getter to return a copy of the
> ColumnFamily and stick with non-concurrent structures?  Or use
> NonBlockingHashMap?
>> Also for
>> everything that is done there is a reason.
> I don't see any harm in, for instance, me making a commit, you saying
> "ConcurrentHashMap is a memory hog", and me saying, "okay, what do you
> suggest instead?"  Nothing wrong with post-commit review in trunk.
>> I think we are not asking for
>> much to apart from run it by someone before what are basically  
>> changes that
>> suit your style.
> We've tried waiting for you or Prashant to review things.  That didn't
> work over on the project and it hasn't worked here.  My
> remove patches sat unreviewed for weeks, literally.  More recently, a
> request for a list of known issues and my attempt to start  a
> conversation about a roadmap have gone without comment so far.
> I'm not trying to dump on you; we know you're busy.  But we have
> deadlines too and we can't hold every patch waiting days or weeks for
> a review.
> Tell you what.  I will try to get changes reviewed by someone in the
> community before committing.  We will see how that works.  That should
> at least give you some confidence that it's not just me off being a
> cowboy.
> -Jonathan

Ian Holsman

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