Alvaro Herrera wrote:
> Having the Linux process still in memory, I started thinking that maybe
> what we need, is a sign-off process, whereby developer A reviews other
> developers' patches, make comments, and when the commented-on developer
> (call him B) has fixed the issues that A had, then A signs off B patch.
> In return for the favor, B also reviews and signs off A patches.
> Eventually this leads to more cooperation between otherwise independent
You're thinking of the wrong process. What you seem to be suggesting is
a process that mimics the Usenet Oracle, in which if you ask a
question you get given one to answer ...
 http://cgi.cs.indiana.edu/~oracle/index.cgi (Zot)
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