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Re: Clean up

On 11/27/2014 12:08 PM, Joseph Myers wrote:
> On Thu, 27 Nov 2014, Siddhesh Poyarekar wrote:
>> Hi,
>> This is a reminder to everyone to clean up their committed/rejected
>> patches from the queue.  The queue is now 4
>> pages long!
> Cleaning up entries for other people's patches is a good idea as well - 
> especially as occasional contributors are less likely to ping regularly 
> and part of the point of patchwork is to stop patches getting lost.  (Of 
> course reviewing old patches you find and feel competent to review helps 
> as well.)
> If there are several versions of the same patch there, and it's not yet 
> in, all except the last should be marked Superseded.  I think "Not 
> Applicable" is right for a patch to something else (e.g. Linux kernel) on 
> which libc-alpha was CC:ed.

I cleanup as often as I can, for example marking Alan's binutils patch
as Not Applicable, and others as committed when committed.

It still seems like we're loosing ground, but I think that's because
we actually don't have enough reviewers :-)


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