On Sat, 14 Apr 2018 18:31:51 -0500 Ryan Schmidt
<ryandes...@macports.org> wrote:
> On Apr 14, 2018, at 09:37, Perry E. Metzger wrote:
> > We have one open PR where the submitter hasn't replied to some
> > requests for changes since the initial request several weeks ago.
> > (I tried emailing the requester directly some time ago and got no
> > response there either.)
> > 
> > Clearly there should be a timeout after which the pull request
> > gets closed for lack of submitter action, but what should it be?
> > (We can always reopen the request if the submitter wakes up of
> > course, it just no longer shows as a pending action for project
> > members to worry about processing.)
> > 
> > (I imagine in some cases someone might choose to make the fixes on
> > behalf of the submitter and commit them, but lets ignore that
> > possibility for now.)  
> Why should we ignore that possibility?

I'm only ignoring it for purposes of asking how long to leave a pull
request lying around. Nothing in setting such a timeout prevents us
from choosing to make the fixes on our own.

> That would have been my
> recommendation. That's how we handle tickets, isn't it?
Perry E. Metzger                pmetz...@macports.org

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