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Re: Package review backlog.



>> > On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 01:41:32AM +0200, Christoph Wickert wrote:
>> > >> Let's get the final two packages reviewed -- and that's another area
>> > >> where we could do with some improvement, because failing to approve
>> > >> packages really _is_ verging on the 'deletionism' you spoke of. But
>> > >> that's a separate discussion.
>> > >
>> > >Agreed, we can discuss this later. BTW: The word "deletionsm" did not
>> > >come from me, it was Josh who said that, but of course I agree with him.
>> >
>> > I didn't say that.  Though I agree we need to be getting more packages
>> > approved.
>>
>> I think this is something we all agree on. ;)
>
> I propose that each FESCo member should try to work on at least one
> package review per week. Each week at the FESCo meeting, we'll ask
> members which reviews they've worked on in the past week.
>
> It won't be _mandatory_ -- we're not going to send the boys round to
> visit a FESCo member who doesn't do it. But FESCo should be setting a
> good example.
>
> And anyone else who considers themselves an active member of the Fedora
> development community should also try to do the same. If one a week
> isn't realistic due to other commitments, set yourself a more relaxed
> target -- like one a fortnight, or one a month, and try to stick to
> that.

While of the topic of package review ticket backlog what is the rule
of thumb for people closing of tickets for package reviews that have
been long in Fedora (I know of one that is still open but the package
review done and its been in there since F-7). Do we just close them
off if the people in question haven't done so? Oh and I did make a
note on the ticket asking about it.

Peter


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