[dancer-users] Dancer2 pull-requests policy
punter at punter.gr
Mon Mar 25 15:51:40 GMT 2013
Yes, I'm @akarelas on Github
Also, I completely agree with you having to be absolutely sure that a
pull request is okay before merging it. Because I wasn't sure.
On 03/25/2013 05:21 PM, David Precious wrote:
> On Mon, 25 Mar 2013 17:04:55 +0200
> Punter <punter at punter.gr> wrote:
>> Could we make it a policy to respond to every pull request made to
>> the Dancer2 code base?
>> I have 3 unmerged pull requests there, from 17, 22, and 25 days ago.
>> I would like to know if I'm doing something wrong, or whether I'm
>> just being ignored together with everyone else.
> You're certainly not being ignored intentionally. I, for one, have
> been rather busy lately, both with work and personal stuff, and haven't
> had much time to spend on Dancer development or maintenance; I believe
> the situation is similar for the other core devs.
> However, I've been meaning to find some more time to dedicate, and will
> make even more of an effort to do so.
> I plan to review every pull request pending on Dancer2 this evening,
> and merge all those which I'm sure are good; for anything else, I'll
> poke the rest of the team and get a consensus.
> I assume you're @akarelas on GitHub?
>> I would like to know that for every pull request I make, both the
>> past and the ones I will make in the future. Therefore I would like
>> it to become a policy, that Dancer2 maintainers view and respond
>> (positively, or negatively with an explanation) to every one of our
>> pull requests.
> It is an expected policy already - there's no guarantee of timescales,
> though, as all of us work on Dancer in our own personal time.
> One thing I have been planning for myself is to write a "GitHub
> nagger", which emails me daily with details of outstanding issues /
> pull requests on all my repos - if I find the tuits to write such a
> thing (or find one someone else has already made, it wouldn't surprise
> me if such a thing exists already :)) I will point it at the Dancer &
> Dancer2 repos, too, and have it poke us regularly :)
> On behalf of the rest of the team & I, thanks for your contributions,
> and please don't feel you're being purposefully ignored - I can assure
> you that's absolutely not the case.
> Dave P
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