Governance revisited (Wineconf report)
kai.blin at gmail.com
Sat Sep 23 04:24:13 CDT 2006
On Saturday 23 September 2006 10:32, Scott Ritchie wrote:
> Frankly, all we really need is for Alexandre to write a 10-second reply
> to wine-devel for each patch he rejects.
On WineConf, we decided against this. That would still slow down the overall
patch submission speed. Consider you have a patch that's just fine, but
before you sent that, I sent in ten patches with C++ style comments.
Alexandre would now have to reply to ten patches with "No C++ style comments"
before processing your patch. Everybody reading wine-patches could point out
what was wrong with my patches.
Now, we agreed to try something different, two things actually. The first
thing is the "ambassador" thing Steve and a couple of other people mentioned
before. New contributors would be contacted by someone who would explain the
way wine works to them. Secondly, we wanted to make a standard practice of
what Mike's been doing for MSI patches. A developer proficient in a certain
area of wine will reply to all the patches for his area, do a review and also
makes sure they don't disappear into the void.
This should solve most of the problems people (including myself) were having
when getting started with wine development.
Kai Blin, <kai Dot blin At gmail Dot com>
WorldForge developer http://www.worldforge.org/
Wine developer http://wiki.winehq.org/KaiBlin/
Will code for cotton.
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