[gentoo-dev] evolution of x86 stabling procedures

2006-06-05 Thread Grant Goodyear
I maintain very few packages these days, so it was quite a surprise to me today when I discovered that peer review is now effectively a part of the x86 stabilization process. When I wrote GLEP 40, the problem that I was trying to solve was that of devs stabling packages without ever testing the

Re: [gentoo-dev] evolution of x86 stabling procedures

2006-06-05 Thread Mark Loeser
Grant Goodyear [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: I maintain very few packages these days, so it was quite a surprise to me today when I discovered that peer review is now effectively a part of the x86 stabilization process. When I wrote GLEP 40, the problem that I was trying to solve was that of devs

Re: [gentoo-dev] evolution of x86 stabling procedures

2006-06-05 Thread Bryan Ãstergaard
On Mon, Jun 05, 2006 at 03:00:57PM -0500, Grant Goodyear wrote: I maintain very few packages these days, so it was quite a surprise to me today when I discovered that peer review is now effectively a part of the x86 stabilization process. When I wrote GLEP 40, the problem that I was trying to

Re: [gentoo-dev] evolution of x86 stabling procedures

2006-06-05 Thread Grant Goodyear
Mark Loeser wrote: [Mon Jun 05 2006, 03:25:02PM CDT] Well, since you decided to bring this up on here, I guess we'll just try to address everything. Where else would I have brought this up? Paraphrasing, I noted that the x86 team is now doing peer review, I asked if other arch teams are doing

Re: [gentoo-dev] evolution of x86 stabling procedures

2006-06-05 Thread Jason Wever
On Mon, 5 Jun 2006 15:00:57 -0500 Grant Goodyear [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Are other arch's also requiring peer review? On SPARC, we normally keyword everything ourselves and get all up in your hizzouze if you keyword something that you haven't asked us about. We normally will let devs keyword