[Squeakfoundation]Current Harvesting Process

Stephane Ducasse ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Mon Apr 7 09:50:29 CEST 2003

Hi doug

Is there a special tag for the cleaning changeset. In the past I saw 
do there are simply ENH but in general they do no add anything.


On Monday, April 7, 2003, at 08:17 AM, Doug Way wrote:

> On Saturday, April 5, 2003, at 04:28 PM, Tim Rowledge wrote:
>>>> * Restart harvesting using the new process, hopefully removing some
>>>> backlog.
>> Some explicable process and cleaning up of swiki pages would help 
>> here.
>> I tried a week or two ago and got lost in a forest of oldlinks and
>> irelevant pages. And at the end I still didn't understand where to 
>> send
>> code I wanted reviewed or to approve.
> Okay, I finally put together a swiki page outlining what I believe to 
> be the current harvesting process, as was sorted out here on this list 
> recently:
> http://minnow.cc.gatech.edu/squeak/3152
> Let me know if there are any problems with this.  If not, I'll post 
> the page on squeak-dev too.  Of course, we can refine the process as 
> we go.
> (I used the term "Harvest Master" for my role as 
> update-stream-incorporator.  I think Hannes came up with this... I 
> couldn't think of another good term.  Maybe "Incorporator"... eh.)
> I think I cleaned up most of the related harvesting pages so that 
> they're no longer horribly out of date, and added links between pages 
> where appropriate.
> Also, related to Stephane's thread about the Kernel group harvesting, 
> we need to think about how that will fit in with the process outlined 
> above.  I think Stephane and Daniel are on the right track... I will 
> try to offer extra suggestions tomorrow, but I'm up way to late here 
> and am about to fall asleep... :-)
> - Doug
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