Re: [openssl-project] Problems with waiting for specific person to merge

2018-04-19 Thread Kurt Roeckx
On Thu, Apr 19, 2018 at 09:58:26AM +0200, Richard Levitte wrote: > When someone with write access to the main repo makes a PR and it gets > approved, we usually wait for the person to do the final merge. This is also what we agreed to do a long time ago, including that for PRs of a non-commiter,

Re: [openssl-project] Problems with waiting for specific person to merge

2018-04-19 Thread Richard Levitte
In message on Thu, 19 Apr 2018 12:57:39 +, "Salz, Rich" said: rsalz> rsalz> >Self assigning is a good habit... unless you have my tendencies, to rsalz> *ahem* forget that you've self assigned something. rsalz>

Re: [openssl-project] Problems with waiting for specific person to merge

2018-04-19 Thread Salz, Rich
>Self assigning is a good habit... unless you have my tendencies, to *ahem* forget that you've self assigned something. There's a built-in filter that says "find my PR's" It's just on the left side of the search box. ___ openssl-project

Re: [openssl-project] Problems with waiting for specific person to merge

2018-04-19 Thread Richard Levitte
In message <9d1d9c5d9b0c4d54ae72d0759d0da...@ex13.ncp.local> on Thu, 19 Apr 2018 08:30:03 +, "Dr. Matthias St. Pierre" said: Matthias.St.Pierre> Speaking as one of the committer with $PAYROLL != Matthias.St.Pierre> "OpenSSL", I would like to add two remarks.

Re: [openssl-project] Problems with waiting for specific person to merge

2018-04-19 Thread Dr. Matthias St. Pierre
Speaking as one of the committer with $PAYROLL != "OpenSSL", I would like to add two remarks. I think the reluctance to merge other committer's pull requests comes from the thought that it might appear impolite or that one does not want to interfere with the other's business. Personally, I

[openssl-project] Problems with waiting for specific person to merge

2018-04-19 Thread Richard Levitte
When someone with write access to the main repo makes a PR and it gets approved, we usually wait for the person to do the final merge. This is perfectly fine to expect from us who are so called fellows, i.e. who are payed directly to work on OpenSSL... but to ask this of everyone else, when