[Framework-Team] reminder: review them PLIPs!

Eric Steele ems174 at psu.edu
Tue Sep 15 14:38:24 UTC 2009

On Sep 14, 2009, at 11:43 PM, David Glick wrote:

> Hello fellow team members.
> I wanted to remind you all that our next meeting, when we can  
> hopefully make decisions on another round of PLIPs, is coming up in  
> about 40 hours.  There are still many reviews outstanding (almost no  
> progress has been made since the last meeting, except for Martin  
> Aspeli's gracious contribution of 4 reviews).  Come on, let's get  
> this done!
> At this point I believe our top priorities are:
> - completing additional reviews for the PLIPs that don't have 2 yet
> - FWT members should be reading the reviews for PLIPs that have 2  
> reviews completed and are listed under "Review in Progress" on the  
> PLIP votes spreadsheet, and inserting your votes in the column  
> corresponding to your name.
> Calvin, Matthew, and Raphael, I'm somewhat frustrated to see not a  
> single PLIP review in your names (nor even a request for being  
> excused from this responsibility).  Is there any factor blocking  
> progress on reviews that we can help with?  Even a partial review  
> (e.g. focusing only on certain aspects of the code or only on the  
> user experience) of a single PLIP would help us make progress.
> thanks,
> David Glick

Thanks, David.

Believe me, I'm beyond frustrated. This is the worst possible time to  

I've removed Matthew and Calvin's names from the review listings for  
the remaining PLIPs so that we have a more accurate representation of  
where we stand. If they can do something, great. Otherwise, we'll have  
to pick up the slack. By my count, we have 5 of the remaining PLIPs  
covered (I'm considering Hanno's reviews to cover everything on 8801  
and 8802 since they're so thorough, but feel free to talk me out of  
that notion).

Big thanks to Martin and Vincent for their reviews!

I'll work on getting 9263 (GS for sharing page roles) and 9352 (search  
results improvements) reviewed (and hopefully another) by tomorrow so  
that we have at least one for each. Can anyone else pick up a few more?


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