[SciPy-dev] The future of SciPy and its development infrastructure
Stéfan van der Walt
Mon Feb 23 15:30:57 CST 2009
> I agree it is a good idea, theoretically, but
> Maybe I'm slightly pessimistic, but almost the only comment or review
> for my bugfixes in scipy.stats that I got, were from Per Brodtkorb,
> and my tickets and patches were sitting for half a year in trac.. If I
> have to wait for a review, then ...
I hope that, if we have a decent workflow in place, this kind of thing
won't happen any longer. I can't go onto trac and search for "tickets
with patches that needs review". Whenever I have time, I try to close
bugs and review patches, but more often than not it takes a very long
time just to access all the required info from Trac.
I remember spending a full day reviewing your changes to
distributions. Unfortunately, technology thwarted us there as well.
You had one huge patch, that you then very carefullly split into
parts, but I never managed to merge your changes with my tree. Then
you got SVN access and, well, the rest is SVN history.
> (and I'm still waiting for 2 fixes to numpy.random)
See, I didn't know that :) I would review it for you right now, but I
waited 60 seconds and then got 500 Internal Server Error.
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