On 25/03/14 21:17, Robert Collins wrote: > TripleO has just seen an influx of new contributors. \o/. Flip side - > we're now slipping on reviews /o\. > > In the meeting today we had basically two answers: more cores, and > more work by cores. > > We're slipping by 2 reviews a day, which given 16 cores is a small amount. > > I'm going to propose some changes to core in the next couple of days - > I need to go and re-read a bunch of reviews first - but, right now we > don't have a hard lower bound on the number of reviews we request > cores commit to (on average). > > We're seeing 39/day from the 16 cores - which isn't enough as we're > falling behind. Thats 2.5 or so. So - I'd like to ask all cores to > commit to doing 3 reviews a day, across all of tripleo (e.g. if your > favourite stuff is all reviewed, find two new things to review even if > outside comfort zone :)).
I've let my reviewing duties slip in the last few weeks. This doesn't sound unreasonable so yeah, count me in. > > And we always need more cores - so if you're not a core, this proposal > implies that we'll be asking that you a) demonstrate you can sustain 3 > reviews a day on average as part of stepping up, and b) be willing to > commit to that. > > Obviously if we have enough cores we can lower the minimum commitment > - so I don't think this figure should be fixed in stone. > > And now - time for a loose vote - who (who is a tripleo core today) > supports / disagrees with this proposal - lets get some consensus > here. > > I'm in favour, obviously :), though it is hard to put reviews ahead of > direct itch scratching, its the only way to scale the project. > > -Rob > _______________________________________________ OpenStack-dev mailing list OpenStackemail@example.com http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack-dev