[Members] XEP maintenance

Steffen Larsen zooldk at gmail.com
Wed Feb 17 15:10:21 CST 2010


Hi!,

On Feb 17, 2010, at 9:54 PM, bear wrote:

> I just wanted to bring up the idea - not worried if people want to
> keep it human centric.
>
> I use Crucible every day and it helps keep the tedium and drudgery out
> of code review and thought it would make a good process.

Me too.. I am really not trying to dictate anything, just to give out  
some of my experience with a review process, that I am used to.

>
> Maybe I need to be more active in XEP maintainence in order to see if
> it really is a good fit - after all, you can't automate something if
> you don't know how it works :)

I do agree about that one. :-)

-Cheers!

/Steffen

>
> On Wed, Feb 17, 2010 at 15:23, Matthew Wild <mwild1 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 17 February 2010 20:13, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>  
>> wrote:
>>> On 2/17/10 12:10 PM, Matthew Wild wrote:
>>>> On 17 February 2010 18:51, bear <bear42 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> are you interested in trying to use something like Crucible (an
>>>>> Atlassian product that enables code reviews) for this?
>>>>>
>>>>> I thought about it last night - each XEP would be in the code
>>>>> repository and edits would get commited and then the reviewers  
>>>>> would
>>>>> use Crucible to markup and comment on the changes - once  
>>>>> approved the
>>>>> XEP would then be tagged to represent the current version.
>>>>>
>>>>> too complex?
>>>>
>>>> It feels too much like cathedral building to me. I have also never
>>>> been a fan of Crucible, Fisheye, or well any of the Atlassian  
>>>> products
>>>> with (in my opinion) over-complicated UIs.
>>>>
>>>> But this is just me, and I'm curious to know what other people  
>>>> think too.
>>>
>>> I'm curious to know why every conversation quickly becomes a  
>>> discussion
>>> about tools. :)
>>>
>>
>> We're a fussy lot.
>>
>> I'll use whatever is there and I won't complain if it works, I
>> promise. I just don't have good experiences, that's all. Then there's
>> this whole open-source vs commercial thing, but I won't even go there
>> :)
>>
>> Matthew
>>
>
>
>
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> Bear
>
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