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From Jason Dillon <ja...@planet57.com>
Subject Re: Returning to Commit-Then-Review?
Date Wed, 23 Aug 2006 03:01:58 GMT
I think that folks do review after commits... I know I peek at all  
change logs and see if anything looks fishy.

--jason


On Aug 22, 2006, at 7:33 PM, Brett Porter wrote:

> From the peanut gallery...
>
> On 23/08/06, David Blevins <david.blevins@visi.com> wrote:
>> I'd be more inclined to talk about what we want to apply it to and  
>> how.
>>
>> That said, I've stared at this email for an hour after writing the
>> above sentence and am still not sure what the answer would be....
>>
>> Part of me wouldn't mind seeing an RTC process where
>>   - it's not enforced. meaning we could pull the plug whenever we  
>> like
>
> So, that would be RTC by lazy consensus? After 72 hours it gets
> committed anyway if there are no -1's?
>
>>   - your +1 could simply mean you've reviewed it to your satisfaction
>> (whatever that means for you) and agree with the change.
>
> I think I'd ask people to just +0 or say that to be clear so you know
> how well tested it was. You don't want to be asking what their +1
> really meant.
>
>> Tempted to also throw in "three +1s from any committer other than the
>> proposer are sufficient", but if that's going to be a topic of
>> debate, I'd rather see it put on hold and the first two items
>> implemented first.
>
> The first one sort of allows this. I think anything that encourages
> more committers to review is a good thing.
>
> So, are you saying you don't think Geronimo is ready for CTR yet?
>
> One thing that struck me is that if there was trouble getting reviews
> done under RTC then its likely to be that CTR dissolves to just C :)
> So perhaps some work on building a culture of review (including
> ensuring enough committers have an eye on each area of the code) is
> still helpful, with steps such as those you've highlighted. I know I
> feel somewhat reassured that when I do something dumb in Maven that
> someone always seems to find it.
>
> Just my 2c.
>
> Cheers,
> Brett


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