I've added a poll in the task description as an attempt to get
a synthetic view of who is volunteer to review.
You can vote at
On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 11:22 PM, Greg Grossmeier <greg(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
Changing subject to focus on the code-review office
Also, a request at the end for people with +2 to indicate if they would
be willing to participate in an experiment or not :)
<quote name="Jon Robson" date="2016-03-16" time="15:47:49
We have two swat windows every day. It's
magical... I post a request for a
deploy on a Wiki page and someone deploys it.
:) glad you like it
Could we try a similar thing with code review.
Code review window (maximum
1 patch per person) and have a group of +2ers look at a maximum set of
It would need a few more rules than that and a bit of tweaking but seems
like a good experiment. I'd sign up to help it if it was a maximum 2
windows for me a week.
That sounds like an interesting idea indeed, Jon.
An action item from me from the DevSummit was
, which is basically "setup
code-review office hours" without much more detail than that (it was a
drive-by idea during one of the sessions that I volunteered to follow-up
My initial idea was very minimal (basically just a time and a virtual
place to do code-review together) but adding in the explicit support of
+2ers helping merge ready patches during the time gives it more
The hardest part will, I assume, be getting enough people with commit
rights to volunteer for at least one day/week.
Any one reading this far with +2 willing to? If so, please comment on
the task (to save the mailing list):
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