Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:
> On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 2:59 PM, Felipe Contreras
> <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> This script find people that might be interested in a patch, by going
>> back through the history for each single hunk modified, and finding
>> people that reviewed, acknowledge, signed, or authored the code the
>> patch is modifying.
>> It does this by running 'git blame' incrementally on each hunk, and then
>> parsing the commit message. After gathering all the relevant people, it
>> groups them to show what exactly was their role when the participated in
>> the development of the relevant commit, and on how many relevant commits
>> they participated. They are only displayed if they pass a minimum
>> threshold of participation.
> Is this patch still not understandable?
Among the people who review patches here and give usable feedback,
earlier this week Peff said he is away from his mailbox for the rest
of the week, and I am not reviewing any new topics that are not in
'next', being busy in preparation for -rc0, so I wouldn't be able to
answer that question.
I do not know about the others, but it is understandable from time
to time there is a period a series is not being reviewed by anybody.
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