I agree this point. The guideline is to collect the feedback in one week,
not the deadline to finish the code review.
发件人: Laszlo Ersek <lersek@...>
发送时间: 2020年9月29日 1:15
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主题: Re: 回复: [edk2-devel] Tianocore community page on who we are -
On 09/27/20 04:32, gaoliming wrote:
Guidelines for a Maintainer. Never let a pending request get older
calendar week. This requirement is too strict to the maintainer or
The maintainer or reviewer should try to give the response in one week.
they may not fully review one patch set in one week, es for the feature
the complex change.This requirement is about providing initial feedback. In other words,
about starting the review.
It's very important to provide initial feedback within a week.
I agree that more time than a week may be necessary for finishing /
completing a review.
"Letting a pending request get older than a week" means that there is
zero response within a week. If there is some response (albeit possibly
incomplete), then things are good.