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- --On Wednesday, May 16, 2007 10:36:42 -0500 "Jim C. Nasby"
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Wed, May 16, 2007 at 12:33:38AM -0300, Marc G. Fournier wrote:
>> Someone (you, I think) advocated a '3 weeks and then dump the rest of the
>> patches' (not quote as strong of wording, but similar) ... why not split
>> the patches list up:
>> submitted patches, not reviewed
>> reviewed patches, needs work, waiting on author
>> reviewed patches, ready for commit.
>> Once feature freeze started, the first list should only get small patches to
>> it, easily reviewed and committed ... then, focus on reviewing list A and
>> move the patch to list B or commit it ... once list A is cleared off, we go
>> into Beta ... if a patch on list B gets re-submitted before Beta, it gets
>> reviewed and either committed, or punt'd to the next release ...
> I don't think we want to be adding anything new in beta. But if we went
> into 'alpha' when list A is cleared that might work.
> (BTW, it's not really clear which list "A" is...)
List A is the 'unreviewed patches list', which, on Feature Freeze, would be
Feature Freeze would last until all Patches in List A are processed, whether
that means going back to the Author for fixes/work, or gets committed to the
source tree ...
Once List A is cleared off, then we dive into Beta, at which point in time only
bug fixes would be applied ...
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