[Squeakfoundation]How to proceed for the kernel cleaning
danielv at netvision.net.il
Mon Apr 7 02:16:33 CEST 2003
Ok, now we're talking.
Send in a mail with changesets 9,7,4, and I'll approve them, I've
already seen that part. The others until 10 are either tests (which no
longer go into the image, since we'll be removing SUnit into a package),
or your internal tools, or already in the image.
When you've reviewed another bunch, let me know which.
Stephane Ducasse <ducasse at iam.unibe.ch> wrote:
> Ok so let us know. I think that making a try on the current changes
> could help to tighten the process and see if we can work this way.
> What I suggest is the following (depending on the availability of
> Noury's and Roel's time there is a deadline for ESUG for the end of the
> 1. we proceed to an internal/external review as soon as possible.
> 2. we let you know.
> 3. you try to assess the changes as fast as you can and report how we
> can improve communication.
> 4. If in the meantime you/harvesters evaluate the proposed changes
> which are simple (the only design point is that we introduced a new
> class for the navigation and UI related actions that the tools can
> reuse), and accept them we just pass to the next ones.
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