Bruce Momjian wrote:
Tom Lane wrote:
Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
This has been saved for the next commit-fest:
Er, why "saved"?  Until there's a new patch submission there's not going
to be more work to do on this in the next fest.

I think maybe you need to think a bit harder about the distinction
between your TODO-items-in-waiting list and the commit fest queue.
I was willing to wade through a pile of TODO-items-in-waiting this
time, because I pressed you to make the list available before having
sorted through it; but I'm not going to be pleased to see those same
threads in the fest queue next time, unless someone's done some actual
work in between.

It is in the next fest so I will remember to ask if people have done any
work on them --- if not they are either deleted or moved to the next
commit fest.

Are you suggesting we just delete the threads and let them die if they
don't submit a new version?

My understanding was that all items in a commit-fest have one of these three dispositions:

. committed
. rejected
. referred back to author for more work

We're really only interested in the third one here, and so, yes, the ball should be in the author's court, not yours. I don't see any reason for you to move items from one queue to another like that. It just looks like it's making work.



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