The use of flags in the review bugzillas is something new that I
just started doing this year. I'm the one that I expect to be
setting the flag. If I'd expected otherwise, I'd have informed the
What I did ask was this:
The deadline to submit your PMC-approved review materials
to EMO is June 5/2013. Earlier is
fine (better, even). Send me the document, or a link to the
document along with a link to the public approval discussion
with your PMC. Please do not be late. Let me know if you require
I was trying to keep up with the PMC mailing lists, but some of the
discussions where a little more involved that simple +1s, so I fell
back on the usual practice of updating the records and scheduling
reviews as the information arrived in my inbox.
On 06/06/2013 12:12 AM, Ed Willink
I don't think MDT/OCL should be on the list, so I reviewed the
Bug 406441 dependencies. It appears that the only projects that
satisfy you are ones where you have added the PMC approval
All other projects have a problem at the PMC stage. So it seems
that either you or the PMC are failing to complete the approval
by updating Bugzillas in response to the approval grant on the
PMC mailing list.
On 05.06.2013 23:21, Wayne Beaton wrote:
I've built a little Bugzilla query that lists the projects that
are missing something that I require for the review.
If your project is on this list, you're missing one of three
* Review documentation;
* PMC approval of review documentation; or
* An IP Team-approved IP Log.
The corresponding records for projects that are doing service
releases should already be marked as FIXED and so should not be
on this list.
If you believe that your project should not be on this list, let
me know. We juggle a lot of balls with these releases and it's
easy to miss something.
If you're not on this list, you should be included in the
"upcoming reviews" section of the Projects Gateway page:
Let me know if you're missing.
If I'm waiting on you to submit your IP Log, or provide me with
PMC-approved review documentation, please provide it ASAP. This
was due today. The review starts tomorrow; if I don't have your
materials in my inbox tomorrow AM, then you miss the review. If
you've submitted your review documentation and your IP Log, but
the IP Log hasn't come back, I'll schedule you for the review
anyway (the review cannot be declared successful until after the
IP Log is approved).
I do not intend to hold a call for this review. If anybody feels
strongly in favour of holding a call, let me know.
If you're having trouble meeting any of the requirements, please
let me know.
My thanks go out to the projects that paid attention and heeded
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