Community-Help for the core-team in deadline-times
dalibor.topic at oracle.com
Mon Nov 23 21:03:57 UTC 2015
On 20.11.2015 14:57, Martijn Verburg wrote:
> support. What this group could perhaps do is split up the mailing lists
> and have at least one of us watching all of the mailing list for new
> contributors and making sure that their contributions don't get
The most useful way to do that is to be sufficiently actively involved
in a sufficient Project Role and technically educated in the development
of the Project to be able to participate in the review & shepherding of
incoming contributions directly.
Without that, you would basically end up with a bunch of people not
doing the actual work monitoring those who do.
That's rarely very appreciated, and even less useful than it sounds, as
there could be any reason why two minds don't meet. Most of those
reasons are perfectly valid, and don't have to be explained or excused
> We could set up a simple table in the Wiki with name vs mailing list and
> have the results of the monitoring reported back here
The trouble with coming up with surveillance infrastructure is that
typically people being singled out for surveillance have not consented
In other words, don't create wiki pages that track what other people do,
whether they are at a conference, or on vacation, submitted a patch and
didn't reply or get a reply for $PERIOD, and so on.
That would not be helpful.
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