[TYPO3-core] Expectations, Experience and Culture Matter

"Christian Müller (FLOW3 Team)" christian.mueller at typo3.org
Fri Aug 31 09:33:01 CEST 2012


still I see the point of it. It might make sense to setup some 
notification for patches that are in the queue for like 2 weeks, 1 
month, 3 months just to have some determined point at which people are 
getting to see it again. And in any case leaving a short message in a 
patch (like: "We need to rethink the concept of implementation" or "Bug 
is not urgent so this might take a while") probably is what David means 
by communicating what to expect.


> Hi,
> well, am not not anymore, but I think since the use of gerrit as the
> patch management system things have become much more transparent. You
> see the other patches, even from core team members waiting as well. And
> as the patch-for-a-patch rule is mostly followed as well, many patches
> get a much more friendly welcome ( That can be thought of as: Your patch
> was a good idea, and we took it and here is an imporved version that
> fits the project even better.)
> Björn

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