[theme-reviewers] splitting reviewers between queues
edward.caissie at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 15:13:03 UTC 2012
The essential premises of the Trac review priority is still one of FIFO
The ideas behind the Priority queues was to facilitate quicker reviewers of
known themes; and to help identify themes for reviewers so they are aware
of any history that may be involved.
For example a custom query such as this one:
a list of all open tickets (168 at the moment) where the one at the
top should be the prime priority theme. The Priority queues were introduced
to quickly pick out those themes (ideally previously approved in their last
submission) to pick the "low hanging fruit".
On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 10:02 AM, Chandra Maharzan <maharzan at gmail.com>wrote:
> This would be great. I haven't seen queue 2, 3 moving at all for a long
> time. :)
> 2012/1/26 futeng.org <bbq at futeng.org>:
> > I hope so!
> > ------------------ Original ------------------
> > From: "Kirk Wight";
> > Date: 2012年1月26日(星期四) 晚上10:25
> > To: "theme-reviewers";
> > Subject: [theme-reviewers] splitting reviewers between queues
> > Hello reviewers,
> > I'm wondering if we should consider splitting reviewers between some
> > different queues, just to keep all queues moving.
> > I haven't seen queue 1 empty yet myself since the "getting back on track"
> > changes in December. I've also noticed that queue 1 can get a bit
> > if submitters are quite active (no fault of their own - obviously we
> need to
> > keep encouraging regular updates to themes).
> > Maybe, for now, we could assign a reviewer to each of queues 2, 3 and 4,
> > everyone else plugs away as always?
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