2017-06-14 17:40 GMT+03:00 Victor Stinner email@example.com:
So I would like to set a new rule: if I'm unable to fix buildbots failures caused by a recent change quickly (say, in less than 2 hours), I propose to revert the change.
It doesn't mean that the commit is bad and must not be merged ever. No. It would just mean that we need time to work on fixing the issue, and it shouldn't impact other pending changes, to keep a sane master branch.
What do you think? Would you be ok with such rule?
I think we first should make buildbots notifying the author of a commit that broke tests or building, so his can either quickly fix the failure or revert his commit.