Tom Lane wrote:
> AFAIK the ecpg patches are all waiting on Michael Meskes to have time
> to review/commit them. ecpg is pretty much his turf and no other
> committers are likely to touch these patches.
Great to know, and since some of the regular reviewers already made a
pass through them there's probably not too much general feedback left
anyway. I just marked all of those as having Michael as the reviewer.
If it gets to where those are the main remaining hold-up I guess we'll
revisit who else might help out then. Would rather get the patches it's
more obvious how to handle out of the way first.
Not considering those, HS/SR, or other patches with an already assigned
reviewer, we're at 16 patches in the queue, and I've got 9 reviewer
volunteers just so far today. Barring a flood of last-minute entries,
if I can get each reviewer to handle one patch and a moderate percentage
of them to handle two, that should be all it takes for this round. Will
move the rest of the discussion here to just rrreviewers.
Greg Smith 2ndQuadrant Baltimore, MD
PostgreSQL Training, Services and Support
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