On 2 February 2018 at 21:07, Dirk Hohndel <d...@hohndel.org> wrote:
>> On Feb 2, 2018, at 10:39 AM, Lubomir I. Ivanov <neolit...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Good to have you back Dirk. As you can see on GitHub, I (and I think most of
>>> guys that can commit to master) sometimes struggle a little with the
>>> question "Should I commit this or just wait for Dirk?" And than Willem
>>> starts asking "do I need to do something to my PR to get it merged" :-) when
>>> a simple PR is sitting idle for a couple of days.
>> i usually approve a PR, but wait for approver to double check. if it's
>> something very simple i will merge right away, though.
>> the PR from Willem was just waiting for another review (label: needs-ack).
> I think this is what we had agreed upon a while back.
> If it’s trivial and in an area you are comfortable with, just merge it.
> If it seems right, but you aren’t sure, approve it and add “needs-ack” or
> possibly even assign it to someone who you think knows the area well
> (and no, please don’t just assign them all to me…). And once two people
> approve just merge it.
> One thing I did notice is that we are not enforcing the “has CHANGELOG"
> goal…

we should simply stop approving PRs that don't make a changelog.md change.

here is a PR with a collection of changelog changes since 4.7.6:

will now post a small suggestion thread about standardizing these here
on the ML.

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