[openstack-dev] Garbage patches for simple typo fixes
zhipengh512 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 22 02:26:09 UTC 2017
Let's not forget the epic fail earlier on the "contribution.rst fix" that
almost melt down the community CI system.
For any companies that are doing what Matt mentioned, please be aware that
the dev community of the country you belong to is getting hurt by your
Stop patch trolling and doing something meaningful.
On Fri, Sep 22, 2017 at 10:21 AM, Matt Riedemann <mriedemos at gmail.com>
> I just wanted to highlight to people that there seems to be a series of
> garbage patches in various projects  which are basically doing things
> like fixing a single typo in a code comment, or very narrowly changing http
> to https in links within docs.
> Also +1ing ones own changes.
> I've been trying to snuff these out in nova, but I see it's basically a
> pattern widespread across several projects.
> This is the boilerplate comment I give with my -1, feel free to employ it
> "Sorry but this isn't really a useful change. Fixing typos in code
> comments when the context is still clear doesn't really help us, and mostly
> seems like looking for padding stats on stackalytics. It's also a drain on
> our CI environment.
> If you fixed all of the typos in a single module, or in user-facing
> documentation, or error messages, or something in the logs, or something
> that actually doesn't make sense in code comments, then maybe, but this
> isn't one of those things."
> I'm not trying to be a jerk here, but this is annoying to the point I felt
> the need to say something publicly.
>  https://review.openstack.org/#/q/author:%255E.*inspur.*
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