Crikey, it's a pull request! (was Re: Pull requests and review on every merge to master)
colinbdclark at gmail.com
Wed Nov 30 17:33:11 UTC 2011
I haven't heard any further comments about this. So far, contributors seem interested in but cautious about the idea.
We'll only know for sure if we try it out. I'd like to propose that we test this "100% review" approach with Infusion for six months, and assess how it well it has worked in May.
On 2011-11-14, at 2:32 PM, Colin Clark wrote:
> I am interested in the idea that, as Justin points out, this new proposal might serve as a bit of an equalizer. Regardless of being a contributor or a formal committer, we all go through the same general workflow. Code in a personal repository, make a pull request for inclusion into the project repository, and get reviewed by a peer. At the same time, I also see the argument about resources. Can we scale the review process to a point where it can be done in a timely manner for each new change to Infusion?
> Any reason not to just try it and find out?
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