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Re: Patch push announcements

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: Patch push announcements
Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2012 13:38:42 +0200
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Graham Percival <address@hidden> writes:

> On Wed, Apr 04, 2012 at 08:33:27AM +0100, James wrote:
>> If I notice one - Mike S for instance - not picking on him especially
>> but in the olden days when he was 'quick-patch-McMike', and when I was
>> checking patches manually, I'd fix the tracker myself as I could see
>> who was the Rietveld owner.
> Just leave those for Mike to push.  We're not in any rush.
>> I've been pushing patches (Alberto, Pavel, Peter) for those trackers
>> that don't have a dev who has push access,
> yes, because we don't have a Frog meister.  Or do we?  I honestly
> can't remember what happened the last time it came up.
>> and as part of my bug shift
>> (on Saturdays if I remember) because I am aware of this, I'll skim
>> 'push' labeled trackers or 'review' labeled trackers and assign them
>> owners if I can.
> doesn't git-cl assign an owner?  if not, it should.  There's no
> reason why a human needs to do this manually.

It definitely doesn't.  And state "Accepted" instead of "Started" is
also less than optimal for starting a review.

David Kastrup

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