CSR issue type now live in JDK project for JDK 10 requests
joe.darcy at oracle.com
Thu May 25 14:02:35 UTC 2017
You can add yourself as a reviewer to indicated you approve of the request.
You can also add a comment to that effect.
If you think there is a problem with the request you can pend it if it
is in Provisional or Finalized state.
If you don't see workflow actions to move the request when in those
states, a config change may be needed in JBS.
On 5/24/2017 6:56 PM, David Holmes wrote:
> Hi Joe,
> Have I missed the instructions on how to respond to the CSR JBS issues
> once they are filed? Do we add comments saying "I approve" or "I have
> a problem ..."?
> CSRs are being filed but I'm not sure what, if anything I need to do
> with them.
> On 24/05/2017 10:04 AM, Joseph D. Darcy wrote:
>> The CSR issue type is now live in the JDK project to be used for
>> compatibility and specification review for JDK 10 issues.
>> Thanks to Tony Squier for the JIRA work making this possible.
>> I've created a few retroactive CSR requests for two API changes I
>> needed to do earlier in JDK 10. CSR members have the ability to
>> transition requests to the Pended state. As chair, in addition I can
>> move requests to the Closed/Approved and Provisional states.
>> Administratively, Mark Reinhold also has chair privileges should the
>> need arise to move forward on requests if I'm not available.
>> As we start using the new system, I expect we'll want to make some
>> adjustments. In the coming weeks, I plan to setup JIRA dashboards to
>> assist with CSR reviews.
>> Let the reviewing begin!
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