cvs commit: ports/net/asterisk Makefile ports/net/asterisk/files
pav at FreeBSD.org
Tue Oct 21 07:11:12 UTC 2008
Maxim Sobolev wrote:
> Jeremy Chadwick wrote:
>> The user and I were discussing, privately, scheduler-related things, and
>> the PR was mentioned. I told him that ports maintainers are allowed up
>> to 2 weeks to respond, after which other committers can take over if
>> need be. After 2 weeks had passed, the user provided me the patch (the
>> original PR mail snipped his attachment), and I committed it.
> I still don't see any place where it says that the assigned PR with no
> activity for more than 2 weeks on it should be considered as an approval
> request. Just opening PR is not enough IMHO, it's usually task of the
> requester to contact maintainer and seek for explicit approval if he
> wants faster turnaround.
Maxim, you are out of touch with the common practice here as of lately.
Indeed, we have been applying two-week timeouts on PRs assigned to
committers, for a long time now. Generally, it works well. Obviously
there are exceptions...
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