Fujii Masao wrote:
> And, there are some problems in this patch;
> * This patch is somewhat big, though it should be subdivided for
> * Source code comments and documents are insufficient.
> Is it against the rule of commit fest to add such a status patch
> into review-queue? If so, I would aim for 8.5. Otherwise,
> I will deal with the problems also during commit fest.
> What is your opinion?
You can add work-in-progress patches and even just design docs to the
commitfest queue. That's perfectly OK. They will be reviewed as any
other work, but naturally if it's not a patch that's ready to be
committed without major work, it won't be committed.
I haven't looked at the patch yet, but if you think there's chances to
get it into shape for inclusion to 8.4, before the commit fest is over,
you can and should keep working on it and submit updated patches during
the commit fest. However, help with reviewing other patches would also
be very much appreciated. The idea of commitfests is that everyone stops
working on their own stuff, except for cleaning up and responding to
review comments on one's own patches that are in the queue, and helps to
review other people's patches.
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