[openstack-dev] [puppet] Change abandonment policy

Boris Pavlovic boris at pavlovic.me
Fri Jun 5 16:39:29 UTC 2015


+1 for #1 and if patch is not touched for N weeks just finish it using
current active team.

Best regards,
Boris Pavlovic

On Fri, Jun 5, 2015 at 7:27 PM, Richard Raseley <richard at raseley.com> wrote:

> Colleen Murphy wrote:
>> 3) Manually abandon after N months/weeks changes that have a -1 that was
>> never responded to
>> ```
>> If a change is submitted and given a -1, and subsequently the author
>> becomes unresponsive for a few weeks, reviewers should leave reminder
>> comments on the review or attempt to contact the original author via IRC
>> or email. If the change is easy to fix, anyone should feel welcome to
>> check out the change and resubmit it using the same change ID to
>> preserve original authorship. If the author is unresponsive for at least
>> 3 months and no one else takes over the patch, core reviewers can
>> abandon the patch, leaving a detailed note about how the change can be
>> restored.
>> If a change is submitted and given a -2, or it otherwise becomes clear
>> that the change can not make it in (for example, if an alternate change
>> was chosen to solve the problem), and the author has been unresponsive
>> for at least 3 months, a core reviewer should abandon the change.
>> ```
> +1 for #3
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