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From Scott Carlson <scottcarl...@yahoo.com>
Subject RE: Applying patches
Date Fri, 04 Oct 2002 18:07:42 GMT
- Maybe we should start a discussion on using the Voting in bugzilla? Although
that is meant for prioritizing
- Or maybe a "+1 I tried it" in the comments to help committers feel more
comfortable.


I am one of those people that is trying to be more active on the list and in
the code.  If I can help in this type of area by trying patches and voting for
ones that work, that would be great.




rom: Taylor, Jason <jtaylor@cobaltgroup.com>
Subject: Applying patches
Date: Fri, 4 Oct 2002 10:43:48 -0700 
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Maybe we can come up with some process of reviewing patches so that
struts-dev subscribers can take care of some of the quality control tasks
and committers can review the reviews, if that makes sense.  Struts is so
good at divvying up work between people and creating specialized tasks that
somehow make up a development process, it seems appropriate that the process
of managing the framework itself should benefit from similar specialization.


Is there anything we can do to help committers review patches?  Maybe people
could post their own digests of the bug list that prioritize bugs, scope the
issues and give their opinions on the possible solutions or the posted
patches that are available.  We could also find bugs that we recommend be
dismissed to get them off the list.  Maybe morale would improve if there was
a sense that the effort required was actually *not* infinite.

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