Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:

> The only reason a topic is queued in 'pu' is to let me not pay
> attention to it, without risking to forget about it completely ;-).
> The topics on 'pu' have potential to be a useful change even though
> they are far from ready for 'next'.

That's not "even though" but should have been "even when".
Sometimes when I feel a topic is already of 'next' quality, the
author suggests that a reroll is coming, and I hold such a topic

Also, inverse is not true, as always.  Some topics may not be queued
in 'pu' when I push a day's integration results out, but that does
not mean they do not have potential to be useful.  They may not be
in 'pu' because I didn't have enough time to get around to them, or
because there was discussion ongoing and I saw the author was
actively responding to the comments, relieving me from having to
keep an eye on the topic at all until the dust settled without even
queueing it on 'pu'.

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