On Tue, May 15, 2018 at 6:12 PM, Stephane Wirtel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> For me, normally, the label should be on "awaiting changes" and after
> a new commit/message from the author, the label should be "awaiting review"
The reviewer wasn't a core developer so we need to get a
approval/review from a core developer before moving to the next step
(for example, a core developer may disagree with the non-core
reviewer's comments or suggest a different approach)
And the reason we want a core review is we have no idea if the review by a non-core reviewer is reasonable. E.g. someone might be extremely pedantic about PEP 8 when a core dev wouldn't be in all situations, so holding up a PR for that wouldn't be fair for the PR submitter.