Marc G. Fournier wrote:
> > Jonah H. Harris wrote:
> >> On 5/16/07, Marc G. Fournier <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >> > Set a fixed date (ie. 3 weeks) and whatever isn't in gets punted to 8.4
> >> > ... if that means those 'large patches' don't get applied, so be it ...
> >> I disagree with that approach. Larger more complex patches required
> >> much more work and effort than small, simple ones. Not only do I
> >> think it's unfair to the authors who spent considerably more time on
> >> their work, but I think it also sets a bad precedent for future work;
> >> saying, in short, that if you want to make large strides to improve
> >> PostgreSQL, and you followed the community development process, you're
> >> still potentially last in line for review.
> > Yep. We lose a lot of credibility if we did that.
> So, we lose no credibility if we sit in feature freeze indefinitely, with no
> direction, while we wait for reviewers to finish reviewing?
Well, if we stay indefinitely, then we have no release and we close up
the project. I think eventually we will release.
Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> http://momjian.us
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