On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 3:22 PM, Kevin
> Dave Page <dpage(at)pgadmin(dot)org> wrote:
>> Josh Berkus<josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com> wrote:
>>>> Comments? Thoughts on how to do it better next time? Want to
>>>> volunteer to do something? Hit that reply button.
>>> Thank *you*. You've done a spectacular job as CFM, far better than
>>> either me or Dave. Are you up for another round, or do you want to
>>> take one off to avoid burnout?
>> You've pre-empted me Josh - I was just about to write roughly the
>> same email
>> Anyway - seconded; excellent job Robert!
> I'd saved Robert's email to write a reply to the same effect. It's
> hard to imagine it being done any better. Thank you, Robert!
Thanks, I really appreciate all of your kind words. I'm wondering,
though, if we can identify some of the particular things that I did
well, rather than just "everything". Since I suspect I'm going to end
up running another CommitFest at some point, it would be useful to
know what things that I did this time I should be sure to do again
next time. But, also, I don't think I'm up for running EVERY future
CommitFest, so somebody else is eventually going to need a list of
what to do and what to avoid.
I also think we should move this discussion to -hackers so that people
who are not following -rrreviewers but may have comments can throw in
their $0.02. Perhaps someone would volunteer to kick off a thread
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