On Monday, November 28, 2011 11:13:52 AM Greg Smith wrote:
> With plenty of people in the US returning to work on Monday after a
> modest break last week, I wanted to put out an updated on the active
> CommitFest. I just sent out several pleas for help with specific patches
> where only a limited chunk of the community is really in a good position
> to test the code. Excluding those for the moment, here are some notes on
> the submitted patches that not only don't have a reviewer already, I
> don't know who might take them on yet:
> "Command Triggers" by Dimitri Fontaine. This is a pretty big patch (3366
> lines) that won't be easy to slug through. I know Dimitri is still
> making some progress on this just by thinking more about the code, but
> that's not going to keep up for much longer without outside feedback.
> Both "type privledges" and "Command Triggers" are likely to slip well
> into December if we don't get a major reviewer working on them soon. I
> just don't know who that might be in either case.
Unless a major reviewer cries, I will - although not a major reviewer - take a
stab thursday if thats fine with you.
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