Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> writes:
> So, if someone writes a patch, and it is reviewed, and the patch author
> updates the patch and replies, it still should be reviewed again before
> being committed?
Well, that's for the reviewer to say --- if the update satisfies his
concerns, he should sign off on it, if not not. I've tried to avoid
pre-empting that process.
> Also, we are two weeks into the commit fest and we have more unapplied
> patches than applied ones.
Yup. Lots of unfinished reviews out there. Robert spent a good deal
of effort in the last two fests trying to light fires under reviewers;
do you want to take up that cudgel? I think wholesale commits of things
that haven't finished review is mostly going to send a signal that the
review process doesn't matter, which is *not* the signal I think we
regards, tom lane
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