-Re: [VOTE] Review and Commit Policy
Olivier Lamy 2011-08-18, 08:29
Even if I like the idea of using reviewboard tool, something I don't
like is to have to post the patch/diff twice to both jira and
reviewboard (or maybe there is something I don't understand :-) ).
I wonder how we could integrate review board with Jenkins to have an
automatic test of provided patch.
(@abayer heh probably need some hacking around jenkins for supporting
other scm than only perforce)
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2011/8/18 Arvind Prabhakar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> This is a call to vote for Review and Commit Policy for Apache Sqoop
> project. The proposal up for vote is as follows:
> - The committer attaches the patch s/he would like to submit to the
> JIRA and posts a code review requests with at least one other
> committer identified as the reviewer.
> - If the reviewer does not respond in two days time, the committer
> sends a note to sqoop-dev@ asking for the reviewer to prioritize the
> review or for any other committer to volunteer for the review.
> - If the review is still not done in the next three days, the change
> may be committed and the JIRA resolved/closed.
> - If the review is started, then no timeout applies and the full
> review cycle should be followed until a reasonable version of the
> change has been accepted. At which point it can be committed and the
> JIRA resolved/closed.
> The DISCUSSION thread for this topic can be found at .
> Please vote:
> +1 to agree
> 0 no opinion
> -1 to disagree
> This vote is open for 72 hours starting today.
>  http://markmail.org/thread/otolffxxr2b5sdqx
> Arvind Prabhakar