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From Niclas Hedhman <nic...@hedhman.org>
Subject Re: How strict should podling release reviews be?
Date Fri, 28 Sep 2007 09:10:53 GMT
On Friday 28 September 2007 15:40, ant elder wrote:
> Anyway, so i'm thinking more of a benevolent educator than traffic warden
> style reviewer role.

*My* worry is that quality will drop if there is no expectations.

So we could turn this around and say; What are the expectations from the I PMC 
reviewers?

I happen to think that a smaller, new project should be given a much more 
lenient treatment, than the larger projects in their 5th release cycle.

Should such distinction be ratified in policy? I don't think that is 
necessary. Personal judgement is IMHO enough on a case-by-case basis.

Podlings are capable of making the review process smoother. Run RAT, publish 
the result, publish the "???" and protests of RAT, plus make a small list 
with explaination of why things are the way they are, just indicating that 
you are on top of the issue, and I think most of us would gladly pass thru 
less than perfect releases, since that shows you know what you are doing 
which is more important than doing it correctly.


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