|From:||Alvaro Herrera <alvherre(at)2ndquadrant(dot)com>|
|To:||Pg Hackers <pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org>|
|Subject:||Re: 2016-01 Commitfest|
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These are the numbers after one week of commitfest work:
Needs review: 65.
Waiting on Author: 14.
Ready for Committer: 6.
The attentive reader might notice that we grew one more patch since last
week, which is the "VACUUM progress checker" thingy that has been under
We went from 8 committed patches to 14. At the current rate of 6
patches per week it would take us 12 weeks to close the commitfest,
which doesn't sound very good.
There are a number of patches in Needs-review state which haven't seen
any pgsql-hackers activity in a long while. I'm particularly concerned
about the following patches:
* Support multiple synchronous standby servers
* Access method extendability
* Partial sort
* add 'waiting for replication' to pg_stat_activity.state
* More stable query plans via more predictable column statistics
* Statistics for array types
* Declarative partitioning
* Table Partition + Join Pushdown
* multivariate statistics
It would be very helpful of a reviewer to look at those patches.
Some committers have assigned patches to themselves:
* Andres Freund
Speedup timestamp/time/date output functions
* Peter Eisentraut
remove wal_level archive
* Tom Lane
Rework index access method interface
* Teodor Sigaev
New gist vacuum
* Stephen Frost
* Simon Riggs
Fix handling on XLOG_RUNNING_XACTS generated by bgwriter on idle
I assume this means they intend to commit them in some reasonable
timeframe (possibly after some rework). If this is not the case, please
let us know.
Álvaro Herrera http://www.2ndQuadrant.com/
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