mark.ramm-christensen at canonical.com
Wed Mar 13 18:59:22 UTC 2013
On 03/13/2013 01:15 PM, Jorge O. Castro wrote:
> Also I'm not sure if we prefer a longer queue with more review or a
> shorter queue with less review? Part of me aches that the queue is now
> piling up, but at the same time I am glad we're taking our time with
> each one.
I think a long queue is hugely detrimental. It causes loss of momentum
for contributors, allows work-in-progress to pile up, and causes all
kinds of related inefficiencies.
And beyond that centralization of the review process is not going to
scale as far as we need it too either.
What would happen if a central group of people were required to review
*every* package in debian?
I think it is smart to do something that allows for us to decrease turn
around time -- and think hard about other ways of improving quality and
facilitate increased cross-pollination. Two things which come to mind
is better documentation and more attention to "gold standard"
practices, and more resources behind automated testing.
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