[cdi-dev] Accelerate decision process and PR adoption / rejection
antoine at sabot-durand.net
Tue May 3 11:02:31 EDT 2016
I'm the only one to merge PR and it's only to simplify process (PR
shouldn't be merge in github way but in Fast Forward way to keep a clean
history) . This said, except for typos or missing words I never merge
without approval of the EG.
Now I can understand that you'd like to figure on the member list on the
github CDI-SPEC organisation but it's not related to this proposal.
The process I proposed is not about "who" merge but on what basis the
merger can merge.
Le mar. 3 mai 2016 à 15:50, John D. Ament <john.d.ament at gmail.com> a écrit :
> Why do only some EG members have access to merge PRs?
> On May 3, 2016 9:44 AM, "Antoine Sabot-Durand" <antoine at sabot-durand.net>
>> Hi guys,
>> As you know we plan to release CDI 2.0 before the end of January. It
>> let's us around 6 months to complete the spec.
>> I think we really should find a way to enhance our focus on reviewing
>> proposal and code.
>> Adding special Hangout meetings proved itself a good solution to go that
>> way, but I think we should also work on rules adoption for PR.
>> So I propose that:
>> - PR should stay open at least one week.
>> - It could be merged (after at least a week) if 4 EG members votes for it
>> (+1 on the PR).
>> - As no one is error proof if someone has an objection to a PR to be
>> merged he could raise his concern and justify his objection.
>> - The following discussion should lead either to a revision of the PR or
>> a +1 from the objector
>> - If no agreement is reached, to avoid blocage a vote will be called on
>> this ML to adopt or reject the PR.
>> I'm not a big fan of over processed team work, but we really have to
>> For the moment I think we can avoid having too much process on ticket
>> choice (we don't have enough contributors to go that way)
>> Wdyt ?
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