On Tue, Feb 2, 2016 at 2:04 PM, Alvaro Herrera <alvhe...@2ndquadrant.com>

> Andreas Joseph Krogh wrote:
> > Which seems to indicate it has received a fair amount of testing and is
> quite
> > stable.
> > Hopefully it integrates into the 9.6 codebase without too much risk.
> Yes, yes, that's all very good, but we're nearing the closure of the 9.6
> development cycle and we only have one commitfest left.  If someone had
> lots of community brownie points because of doing lots of reviews of
> other people's patches, they might push their luck by posting this patch
> to the final commitfest.  But if that someone didn't, then it wouldn't
> be fair, and if I were the commitfest manager of that commitfest I would
> boot their patch to the 9.7-First commitfest.
> The current commitfest which I'm trying to close still has 24 patches in
> needs-review state and 11 patches ready-for-committer; the next one (not
> closed yet) has 40 patches that will need review.  That means a total of
> 75 patches, and those should all be processed ahead of this one.  The
> effort needed to process each of those patches is not trivial, and I'm
> sorry I have to say this but I don't see PostgresPro contributing enough
> reviews, even though I pinged a number of people there, so putting one
> more patch on the rest of the community's shoulders doesn't seem fair to
> me.

I'll talk about this.

> Everybody has their favorite patch that they want in the next release,
> but we only have so much manpower to review and integrate those patches.
> All review help is welcome.
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