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Re: commit access policies

From: Marco Gerards
Subject: Re: commit access policies
Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 12:14:50 +0100
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Thomas Bushnell BSG <tb@becket.net> writes:

>> Anyone can be part of reviewing patches, and discussing design issues.
>> The thing is about getting Tier One people convinced enough to get
>> those patches in.
> This is a good argument for increasing the number of Tier One people
> (a problem now under consideration), but not for abandoning the
> separation entirely.  Doing the latter would simply result in fewer
> people with commit access at all.

After a long discussion several important issues have been discussed.
Even promises have been made.  I am curious about the following

1) When will Thomas Schwinge get CVS commit rights.
2) Who is in teer 1 now?
3) Who will get teer 1 access? Alfred? Thomas Schwinge?

For me the last issue is the most important.  It's unfortunate that it
takes a long time before patches are committed.  I personally prefer
that patches that are perhaps less perfect will get committed instead
of catching dust.  Having for example Alfred's as the person who judges
if a patch meets the required quality seems fine to me.  Although I do
not agree with his opinion all the time, he does know most technical
issues required for that job.

If not, I think we all end up using the ams-branch or letting the Hurd


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