Andrew Dunstan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> 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
Right. But Bruce's personal queue has got a different lifecycle:
items get removed when they are resolved by a committed patch, or
by being rejected as not wanted, or by being summarized on the public
TODO list. For what he's doing that's a very good definition ---
things don't get forgotten just because nothing has happened lately.
But it's becoming clearer to me that the commit-fest queue has to be
a separate animal. We used Bruce's queue as the base this time around,
because we had no other timely-available source of the raw data.
Seems like it's time to split them, though.
If we do split them then there is going to be some added effort to
maintain the commit fest queue. Bruce has made it pretty clear
that he doesn't want to put in any extra cycles here. So someone
else has to step up to the plate if this is going to work.
Any volunteers out there?
regards, tom lane
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