CI system maintainability
ervin at kde.org
Thu Mar 28 08:50:47 GMT 2019
On Thursday, 28 March 2019 09:41:29 CET Luca Beltrame wrote:
> In data giovedì 28 marzo 2019 09:29:22 CET, Kevin Ottens ha scritto:
> > at your screen or pair with you" in the past. Clearly this compromise gets
> > somewhat exploited and that's especially bad in the case of a fragile and
> > central component like KDE PIM.
> I'm not sure I agree. I can't speak for seasoned developers, but I've found
> myself in a situation (more than once) where the fix is trivial (compile
> error, missing ";", etc) and being forced to go through review would (IMO)
> unnecessarily raise friction.
I don't fully disagree with this (although I'd have stories on nefarious typos
even for what was supposed to be a "trivial fix"). But it becomes a question
of trade-off, IOW "how hurtful to the project mandatory reviews?" vs "how
hurtful to the project a central component being very regularly broken?".
I'd argue we're loosing more with the current state of PIM than we'd loose
with mandatory reviews.
Kevin Ottens, http://ervin.ipsquad.net
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