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Duration of formal reviews

Vladimir Prus-3

Some time ago we had a poll about formal reviews problems:

        https://plus.google.com/u/0/+VladimirPrus/posts/5spgjicc3fv

The majority said that ten days are not enough. Of course, it's not very
statistically significant, but that's the only data we've got, and we have
a rather sparse schedule. How about trying two weeks for a formal review?

Thanks,

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Vladimir Prus
CodeSourcery / Mentor Embedded
http://vladimirprus.com


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Re: Duration of formal reviews

Robert Ramey
Vladimir Prus-3 wrote
Some time ago we had a poll about formal reviews problems:

        https://plus.google.com/u/0/+VladimirPrus/posts/5spgjicc3fv

The majority said that ten days are not enough. Of course, it's not very
statistically significant, but that's the only data we've got, and we have
a rather sparse schedule. How about trying two weeks for a formal review?
Note that there is no reason why anyone who wants to can't review
a library in the incubator.  In fact, for the "compute" library, there
is already one review ready.  People are free to read and comment
on this review already.  So we can say that the "real" as opposed
to the "formal" review period extends from the time the library is
submitted to the incubator to the time the formal review period
ends - that's much, much longer than 10-14 days.

Robert Ramey
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Re: Duration of formal reviews

Kyle Lutz
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On Fri, Dec 12, 2014 at 8:24 AM, Vladimir Prus
<[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Some time ago we had a poll about formal reviews problems:
>
>         https://plus.google.com/u/0/+VladimirPrus/posts/5spgjicc3fv
>
> The majority said that ten days are not enough. Of course, it's not very
> statistically significant, but that's the only data we've got, and we have
> a rather sparse schedule. How about trying two weeks for a formal review?

The review for my proposed Boost.Compute library is beginning next
Monday. I'd be in favor of a two week review period.

-kyle

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Re: Duration of formal reviews

Edward Diener-3
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On 12/12/2014 11:24 AM, Vladimir Prus wrote:
>
> Some time ago we had a poll about formal reviews problems:
>
>      https://plus.google.com/u/0/+VladimirPrus/posts/5spgjicc3fv
>
> The majority said that ten days are not enough. Of course, it's not very
> statistically significant, but that's the only data we've got, and we have
> a rather sparse schedule. How about trying two weeks for a formal review?

+1

In fact I can see review lasting another week, but I agree that two
weeks should be minimum.


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