Am 26.04.2010 15:34, schrieb Lennart Regebro:
On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 12:58, Stephen J. Turnbull firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
It is entirely *not* evident to me that it's too hard to get privileges in the Python development community (Python's development process works -- and it works really well by comparison to 99% of the processes out there).
Well, that's true, all to often a project is controlled by a few developers with no intent of sharing access ever.
Sure, but that's still *work*, and it's work for *somebody else*.
Yes, but only when the checkin was wrong. For all other checkins, it's *less* work. Hence, a committer needs to basically fudge up every second checkin to cause more work than he relieves work. :)
Reviewing the checkins is not work, then?