On 1/25/16 2:48 AM, Torsten Z├╝hlsdorff wrote:
> Nobody, but there are different solutions. And the same solutions works
> different in quality and quantity in the different projects.
> In FreeBSD for example there is an online tool for review
> (http://review.freebsd.org) which was opened to public. There you can
> review any code, left comments in the parts you wanted, submit different
> users to it etc.
> It is not perfect, but a huge step forward for the project. And
> something i misses here often.
> But as stated earlier in another thread: for a not-so-deep-involved
> volunteer, it is often unclear *what* to review. The threads are long
> and often there is no final description about how the patch is supposed
> to work. That make testing quite hard and time consuming.

I agree better code review tooling could help a bit.  The URL you post
above doesn't work at the moment (for me), though.



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