Digest in trouble?

Marco Krohn marco.krohn at googlemail.com
Thu Sep 29 13:39:44 UTC 2011


Just some ideas:

* automatically remove all messages shorter than [60] characters from
the review process
* automatically remove all messages for old KDE versions from the review process
* guarantee inclusion only if DIGEST tag is set (if no time is left
just skip the unreviewed messages)

* make the review process public: a webpage where people can vote up /
down commits (no login required)

Best regards,

On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 3:17 PM, Danny Allen <danny at commit-digest.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> It seems to me that the Commit-Digest is in trouble - if we are all too busy to work on it, and no new people are joining us to work on it (after Marta blogged about it), what is the solution?
> I've always said that although I can build and maintain the platform for collaboration, I can't do the work of actually producing the weekly Digest anymore. Despite this, I am the top commit reviewer of the past week, there are over 1500 commits needing to be reviewed/classified, and it seems the last 2 weeks Digests are yet to be published.
> Sorry for what might seem a negative tone, but this situation has been building for a while now and it is now urgent.
> It would be a huge shame to lose the momentum of regular publication we have built over the last 9 months.
> Cheers,
> Danny
> p.s. @Jos: can you see what you can do in terms of getting publicity on this issue and maybe poking around to see who can help?
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