> On 5 Jul 2022, at 00:49, Rich Freeman <ri...@gentoo.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 4, 2022 at 7:21 PM Robin H. Johnson <robb...@gentoo.org> wrote:
>> It had 3 states however:
>> a) go ahead and touch it, no additional approvals needed
>> b) please get a maintainer to approve it
>> c) do not touch it
> ++
> Though to be fair b is really no different from what just about
> anybody can do via a pull request.  I don't think most maintainers are
> going to be hovering between a vs c.  I suspect most are going to be
> divided between a vs b.  I guess I could see an argument for c if some
> package is really finicky and tends to get a lot of repetitive
> requests for changes that won't work for reasons that might not be
> obvious, but I'm not sure if that is really a concern.

Right. Difference between b and c might make more sense if c became "run it by 
another developer as a sanity-check" (who is not necessarily a maintainer of 
the package, or obviously there's pretty much no point).

> --
> Rich


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