On 4/4/17 9:11 AM, Simon Riggs wrote:
> On 4 April 2017 at 09:05, David Steele <da...@pgmasters.net> wrote:
>> Hi Tomas,
>> On 4/1/17 5:40 AM, Ashutosh Sharma wrote:
>>> Apart from above comments, your patch looks good to me. I have also
>>> marked this patch as 'Waiting for Author' in the commitfest. Thanks.
>> The CF has been extended until April 7 but time is still growing short
>> and this thread has been idle for three days.  Please respond with a new
>> patch by 2017-04-05 00:00 AoE (UTC-12) or this submission will be marked
>> "Returned with Feedback".
> We know time is growing short. Is it necessary to say that on every
> single thread? What benefit do we get from that?

Hackers has become such a fire hose that I don't take it for granted
that all messages are read by everyone.  This may be news to some
authors, especially those that have not responded on a thread since
March 31.

> We voted to extend the time until the deadline. In some cases we may
> well take it all the way to the deadline, so fighting you or others
> trying to reject things *before* the deadline *because* of the
> deadline seems weird.

My goal is to help people focus on patches that have a chance.  At this
point I think that includes poking authors who are not being responsive
using the limited means at my disposal.

> How about we just leave everything until the deadline, then apply the
> sword swiftly to anything that remains?

I didn't take the extension to mean that I should stop CF management.
However, If you think I have exceeded my mandate over the course of the
CF, then I'm happy to discuss that.


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