David Robinson wrote:
> Being a sponsor is not just about typing putback,
> but it is actually moderately heavyweight in that
> the sponsor is expected to build, test (maybe DIY test?),
> and validate the changes. Frankly, in many cases that
> may take more time than the actual code change.
> This is definately more than we expect from CRT advocates
> for normal RTIs.
exactly, and therein lies much of the problem, IMO...it's all the grunt
work with none of the fun of the thrill of the hunt.
I understand it needs doing, but...it's certainly what demotivates me, and
I'm guessing others.