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Re: Call for a new patch manager

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_google.com>
Date: 2006-09-08 02:20:12 CEST

Michael W Thelen <mike@pietdepsi.com> writes:
> Probably closer to a few minutes a day... when I was reading the mailing
> list regularly, it was very easy to push patches through the process
> described above. Once I started getting distracted by other things, it
> turned into about an hour of work every three weeks or so, whenever I
> caught up on reading the list. Speaking of which, I will catch up again
> on any patches that have been posted in the past week, and will make the
> Ruby script and a database dump available online. I'll post again when
> it's ready.
> By the way, I have no problem with either you or Kamesh taking over the
> position, but I think it's probably not my decision to make. Any other
> developers, what do you think?

If Kamesh and Hyrum think they can do it in tandem, so much the
better. If they think (or one of them thinks) it's better to keep it
centralized in one person, then I suggest whoever responded first take
it. Unless some other factor can be found: for example, if one of
them is really busy and is glad for the other to do it, then that
answers the question.

IOW, best for them to figure it out. (I'd be happy to flip a coin if
they want that, but it may not be needed.)

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