Role of the Sponsorship Queue
daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com
Wed Mar 3 14:30:05 GMT 2010
On 03.03.2010 14:37, Martin Pitt wrote:
> Daniel Holbach [2010-03-03 14:11 +0100]:
>> In the end only uploaders can upload stuff
> That's correct, but for the "poor state" category of patches far more
> people than just the uploaders can work on/comment/review those.
Right, that's why I said we probably should have another discussion
about how the "guide bugs with patches towards sponsorship" process (aka
lucid-qa-fixing-bugs-with-patches) should entail.
>> , should they be checking two different lists based on the
>> motivation of the patch author?
> I'm a bit undecided on that, TBH. On the one hand, simplicity is nice
> (just having one queue), OTOH we'll never be able to drive that queue
> down to zero, so it's also a motivation/get things stuck problem.
I'm not sure I understand. Can you explain what do you mean by
"motivation/get things stuck problem"?
Let me recap: we have lots of bugs with patches attached that are
supposed to fix problems, we don't have enough people to review all of
them, we probably will never get down to zero. How exactly will it help
if we'd ask patch contributors to go to queue A if they're interested in
contributing more closely to Ubuntu Development and if not, go to queue B?
Have a great day,
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