-Re: [DISCUSS] Patch available backlog
Benjamin Reed 2013-05-10, 15:57
tues-thurs evenings next week would work for me.
On Fri, May 10, 2013 at 8:53 AM, Patrick Hunt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Thu, May 9, 2013 at 2:41 PM, Flavio Junqueira <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > I was checking the issues on jira and I realized that we have currently
> 76 patch available issues. This is a fairly large number and I'd like some
> help to get that number down. One way is to split issues among the folks
> willing to review patches. It would be great to have committers signing up
> to review patches, but we can definitely get contributors helping with the
> reviews and I actually encourage reviews from contributors as well.
> I had been reviewing them at least every month. However with the
> recent big patches going in (scalability changes, dynamic
> reconfig,...) I held off to not impact/delay those patches. I've been
> super busy at home/work but I'll try to find some time, It would be
> great if other folks jumped in. They key I've found is to set aside
> some time and just focus on crunching through. I'd love to see 3.4.6
> and 3.5.0 releases soon. We have some good fixes for 3.5.6, and there
> are only a couple of major 3.5.0 issues to go, if we could get
> Thawan's "local session" patch and Skye's jetty support in, as well as
> a few high priority 3.5 fixes (1324 in particular) I'd love to cut a
> beta release candidate for 3.5.
> > To split the load, one idea is to set up an hour or two for us to be
> simultaneously on irc to discuss the split and any contention on issues.
> But, if this idea doesn't work, I would be very happy to hear alternatives.
> Ultimately I'm interested in making progress with the patches submitted.
> This is a good idea, but I find that just a single person reviewing
> the patch is often sufficient. Once you boil things down a bit (I typ.
> find that ~30% of the patches are pretty simple and easy to commit)
> it's good to have a couple folks focus on the tougher/remaining
> issues. Esp if it involves a "feature" level change.
> > If you agree with the idea of being on irc, please share some slots that
> suit you.
> I'm almost always on email or im. FF to ping me if you need to discuss