[development] Stalled in Reviewed and Tested by the Community
Lorin M Klugman
lorin at public-action.org
Wed Mar 30 22:33:49 UTC 2011
Thank you so much for your help processing the project applications.
Besides being one of the folks who are stuck at RTBC
http://drupal.org/node/1074950, I've already reviewed between 15-20
fellow applicants. I'd be willing to donate further time processing
permissions also. Is there a formal application to process permissions?
Or are folks simply chosen? Either case, I'd be happy to donate further
I also encourage folks to perform the reviews, specially the applicants
themselves. I found myself learning quite a bit just by reviewing other
applications and perusing what issue queue maintainers look for.
On 03/30/2011 11:33 AM, Randy Fay wrote:
> We have 1.25 people promoted to have privileges to help with the queue. Yay!
> http://drupal.org/node/1110918 gave permissions that are needed to two more
> people, so I think we can expect progress in coming days with final approval
> on the RTBC-level applications.
> Please note: We still need lots of help reviewing applications that haven't
> gotten to RTBC. Would *you* be willing to take on one or two of these? If
> so, read http://drupal.org/node/636570 and get started. THANKS for your
> On Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 5:39 AM, Sean Dague<sean at dague.net> wrote:
>> My lending project, as well as 10 other projects, appear to be stalled in
>> the "Reviewed and Tested by the Community" state on drupal.org. Most for
>> more than a week, one for over 2 weeks.
>> Again, I am new to the community, so perhaps just waiting is what folks do,
>> but that doesn't seem a very encouraging way to get new people involved.
>> From what I can glean from the trackers, the last things approved were at
>> the March 11th code review at Drupal con - http://drupal.org/node/1072660.
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