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gnu-patches back log

From: Pjotr Prins
Subject: gnu-patches back log
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2017 06:25:31 +0000
User-agent: Mutt/1.6.2 (2016-07-01)

Now we have debbugs we can see there is a building back-log:;max-bugs=100;base-order=1;bug-rev=1

A patch like this one

has been two weeks without comment. I think we should not leave patches without
feedback longer than one week - even 3 days, to be honest. It is the surest way
to kill enthusiasm.

To move forward with Guix and to recognise the effort new submitters
put in I would like to ask *all* reviewers to pick an outstanding
patch on a regular basis. If reviewers split the work it should be doable.

Would it be an idea to send out weekly E-mails with patches that had
no attention to a select list of reviewers? Or maybe to the ML as a
whole? Basically it would read:


        31 Outstanding
        18 Resolved
        49 Normal bugs
        22 Patch Available
        9 Unclassified

Patches older than 1 week:

gnu: mumble: Build with 'murmur' server component.  Modified 13 days ago;
gnu: Add blists.                                    Modified 13 days ago;
gnu: Add lush2.                                     Modified 13 days ago;


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