[development] DrupalToughLove.com launches (from chx and Morbus, gasp!)
morbus at disobey.com
Thu Apr 10 19:30:17 UTC 2008
> Are you going to handle it in a manner similar to a security release
> and give the maintainer a few days to commit a patch before the post
> goes live?
No, I don't personally intend that, quite simply because they're not
security reviews and there is nothing to be lost by having the post
appear before things are "fixed". Save for this very first review, for
Printer-Friendly Pages, our queue is filled with people who /want/ these
reviews, and have knowingly agreed to have the results made /public/.
There's no clock to beat, nor embarrassment you didn't bring upon
The intent of the reviews is to increase code /quality/, which /only
occasionally directly/ equates to an end-user benefit. Sure, you can fix
bugs and speed up a function, and perhaps make this work a little more
closely to core but, to the end-user, it's not going to make a huge
amount of difference - they may notice some of the more UI-related
things, or that something is a little faster, but they're not going to
know if you committed faster good code or faster crappy code.
Morbus Iff ( they should rename controlled chaos to morbus droppings )
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