Code review required for commits - Discuss.
kai at samba.org
Fri Oct 12 02:16:21 MDT 2012
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On 2012-10-12 09:38, Michael Adam wrote:
> Ok, the main point is this:
> Change "review" from a matter of interest to a required step in
> our software development.
> Hence, I am inclinend to change my proposal to:
> * we should _not_ allow a free push pass after any number of days
> at all.
Ok, as the one who works on an area that sees little interest at all
until things break, how do I make sure I get my code in?
Wine has a "only benevolent dictator may push" system, but Alexandre
never ever misses a patch. There, if my code is acceptable, I'm sure
it'll get in without me having to run around the mailing list pleading
for a review.
I see this system work fine for areas where lots of people are
interested, but what about the areas most people consider boring?
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