On 07/23/2013 03:34 PM, Greg Smith wrote:

> I happen to think the review structure is one of the most important
> components to PostgreSQL release quality.  It used to be a single level
> review with just the committers, now it's a two level structure.  The
> reason the Postgres code is so good isn't that the submitted development
> is inherently any better than other projects.  There's plenty of bogus
> material submitted here.  It's the high standards for review and commit
> that are the key filter.  The importance of the process to the result
> isn't weighed as heavily as I think it should be.

I think we're in violent agreement here.  Now, we just need to convince
everyone else on this list.

Josh Berkus
PostgreSQL Experts Inc.

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