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Re: OCA and Merge proposalby
I think this link would be very useful in http://odoo-community.org/page/website.how-to, this way more members of the community will go check the MP.
I suggest the following modification :
Meaning "If there are
enough reviewers, all problems are easy to solve". Eric S.
Raymond has written influentially about peer review in software
You can see the whole list of Merge Proposals awaiting reviews in this page : https://github.com/pulls?user=OCA
Please respect a few basic rules:
What do you think?
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Hi Yannick. You can see all pull requests for OCA at https://github.com/pulls?user=OCA . Anyone can review. It is up to the committers to take the decision to merge at the end. It could in theory happen that a committer for some reason does not trust a review, but I've never been in such a situation so far. On Fri, Nov 21, 2014 at 2:52 PM, Yannick Buron <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Hello everyone, > > Some question regarding the OCA process : > > Do we have any place where we can see all merge proposals waiting review in > the OCA? Or do we have to go to each repo to see if a merge proposal is > pending? > > Also, who can be reviewer? I don't think being an OCA member is asked so > what is the skill required so someone can be considered skilled enough to > review a merge proposal? This is especially important for me since people > around me for Community verticalisation are still beginner in Odoo, and the > lack of reviewer may slow the project.