Review for library code

Aaron J. Seigo aseigo at
Mon Jun 21 17:26:26 BST 2010

On June 21, 2010, Kevin Krammer wrote:
> Hi Stefan,
> On Monday, 2010-06-21, Stefan Majewsky wrote:
> > I want to add new classes to libkdegames, but cannot find any policy on
> > Techbase describing how the review process is supposed to work.
> I don't think there is a policy like that, especially not for "private"
> module libraries.
> My guess is that most module teams just let all of their established
> members make additions (or even changes if dependencies are changed as
> well) without any special review, unless requested so by the committer
> (e.g. because it is not clear whether this is a proper way to do it).

pretty much; we do have this for kdelibs, however:

and i think it would be very good if other KDE projects adopted this approach 
for their major libraries (such as libkdegames). it is also a living document, 
so if it doesn't fit the needs of a specific project (e.g. kdegames) let's 
talk about why, revamp the policy page and work into a shape that can be more 
widely adopted.

Aaron J. Seigo
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