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CommitFest 2009-11: Almost done with initial assignments

From: Greg Smith <greg(at)2ndquadrant(dot)com>
To: pgsql-rrreviewers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: CommitFest 2009-11: Almost done with initial assignments
Date: 2009-11-13 19:52:25
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Seems that a lot of people wanted to get started early on assignments, 
lots of travel around Thanksgiving factoring into that I think.  While 
we expect some more patches to come in, we're done with assigning a 
reviewer to every *old* patch, all of the unclaimed ones being things 
submitted in the last week.  I'd like to stay as close to 
first-in/first-reviewed as possible here, so far that's working out 
quite well.

Here are the patches we don't have a reviewer for yet (this list will 
grow over the next two days):

Listen / Notify rewrite
Largeobject access controls
Python 3.1 support

The big patches we're going to have a hard time getting reviewed again 
this time are the SE-PostgreSQL/Lite and Largeobject patches.  If anyone 
has an interest in either of those subjects, please let me know, whether 
or not you've already "claimed" another patch.  I can easily find an 
alternate for any other patch in the CF, but someone who's willing to 
work on the big SEPostgreSQL patches is harder to line up.

Right now I show the following people as having volunteered and 
available, but not having been assigned anything yet:

Abhijit Menon-Sen
Bernd Helmle
Andrew Gierth

We have a couple of people who aren't really available for substantial 
patches now, but might be during December:

Jaime Casanova
David Wheeler

I suspect that a couple of the patches in the queue (the two 
partitioning ones and LISTEN/NOTIFY) are going to take more than one 
round of review before they're ready for a committer, just because 
there's open design issues with them rather than just coding.  Might ask 
Jamie or David to handle a second pass over those if it comes to that.

Given that several people volunteered to review two patches, and the 
unprecedented number of reviewers, I don't expect anyone will be asked 
to review a second patch this time unless they volunteer to do so.

Greg Smith    2ndQuadrant   Baltimore, MD
PostgreSQL Training, Services and Support

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