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Re: github mirror of lilypond?

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: github mirror of lilypond?
Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2020 16:53:52 +0100
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David Kastrup <address@hidden> writes:

> Werner LEMBERG <address@hidden> writes:
>>>> Han-Wen has recently pushed a bunch of changes directly to
>>>> Rietveld, most of them quite uncontroversial.  I assume that this
>>>> is as good as an e-mail :-)
>>>> I thus suggest that after his patches have been reviewed,
>>> How are they going to get reviewed when there is nothing pointing to
>>> them?  How would anyone including Han-Wen know when the review phase
>>> ends?
>> Well, as has been pointed out, pull requests at github don't have
>> 'review phases', and what we have here is comparable IMHO.
>> One developer (or maybe two, just to be sure) acknowledges the patch,
>> and that's it.  Kind of a highway solution for trivial things.
> Trivial things from a developer with push access can be just pushed.
> Complex or otherwise contential things warrant a chance for developers
> to take a look at it.  "Half a chance" seems an unnecessary
> complication.

At any rate: we haven't had a protocol for patches not going through the
regular process.  Maybe we should use the Signed-off-by: convention for
such patches, including the original submitter and the LGTM votes?  It's
probably mostly psychological, but it suggests a bit of

David Kastrup

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