On Wed, Mar 07, 2018 at 03:01:03PM +1000, Tim Hudson wrote:
> If you are blocked on review please drop a note (like the one you just did)
> to the group.
> Some of us review the specifically blocked things when such notes are sent.
> #3082 is already closed and merged - did you mean another PR?
Yup, I meant #3802, sorry.
(tmshort is my team lead at work)
> #3958 approved (in case Richard doesn't get back to it)
> #1130 approved
> #3958 approved
> On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 2:40 PM, Benjamin Kaduk <ka...@mit.edu> wrote:
> > On Wed, Mar 07, 2018 at 01:20:41AM +0000, Salz, Rich wrote:
> > > I think we should make sure to set aside time to review as many of the
> > non-project pull requests as possible. I think it is important to show a
> > commitment to the larger community.
> > I agree. I started looking at this last week, when we had something
> > like 170 open issues+pull requests for the 1.1.1 milestone. We
> > still have 165, and that excludes a couple things that I would like
> > to see get in but are not part of the milestone (like #3082 and
> > #1130). I also have several changes open myself that are small and
> > could easily go in, though none of them are especially critical.
> > (Richard, could you reconfirm on #3958, though, please?)
> > > One way to do this is to say that we will extend the BETA date by a
> > week, and in that week no new code from the team, only third-party existing
> > pull requests will be considered
> > I'm open to extending the date, though am interested to see what we
> > can do if everybody chips in this week. (Though, I myself will only
> > be able to start on Friday, as my next couple days are fully
> > booked.)
> > -Ben
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