On Tue, Jan 31, 2017 at 4:01 PM, Michael Paquier
<michael.paqu...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The CF finishing soon, I have done a first pass on the patches
> remaining on it, moving patches to the next CF or updating them. There
> are still 48 patches still on the tracker when writing this email:
> Needs review: 32.
> Ready for Committer: 16.
> This requires a certain amount of energy to classify, so if you would
> like spare a bit of HP/MP to the CFM, feel free to cleanup your
> patches or the ones you are reviewing.
> @all: If I have updated your patch in a state that you think is not
> appropriate, feel free to complain on the thread of the patch or here.
> That's fine.

After 3 days and 90 patches spamming everybody on this -hackers, the
CF is now *closed*. Here is the final score of this session:
Committed: 58.
Moved to next CF: 70.
Rejected: 4.
Returned with Feedback: 23.
Total: 155.

It is nice to see that many people have registered as reviewers and
that much has been done. I have finished with the impression that
there has been more commitment in this area compared to the past.
Thanks to all the people involved!

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