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Von: Jan Dudík <jan.dudik(a)gmail.com>
An: Pywikibot discussion list <pywikibot(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
Datum: 08.08.2016 23:09
Betreff: Re: [pywikibot] Vital sign
I am only user, not developer. And it seems to me
there is many changes
around some pyflakes, travis, test and some other weird stuff, but there
Is that really true? 50% of all committed patches of the last 3 months depends on the
framework and it's scripts, 10% where for scripts only, 30% where for tests which are
important for the validity of methods and the rest where documentation and cosmetic
changes. A lot of them where bugfixes. Anyway I agree the delay to solve bugs is
increasing in the last months and the merged commits are decreasing a lot in the past.
There where the lowest amount of commits since start of the project which was nearby 50
commit per month this year whereas we had 100-150 each month in the last ten years (in
summary for the master branches of compat and core). 6 Developers make 75% of the commits
but the main authors changes after 2 or 3 years. Peer group review is good for good
quality code and to prevent malfunctions but it leads to a delayed commit if any. We have
21 developers with CR+2 right but only few use it.
I propose to give CR+2 access to some new coders like
- Lokal Profil
if they and the community agree.
Anyway that doesn't really help you with your scripts but it could help for the
current review process.