On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 08:33, "Martin v. Löwis" firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
There is a little risk. People doing triage can make two common mistakes, and both do happen in the Python tracker from time to time: a) they reject some contribution, even though a long-time contributor might have accepted it with modifications; sometimes this rejection happens for overly formal reasons, and b) they assign issues to someone who might be formally in charge, but is unlikely to act on the issue in a reasonable amount of time.
Sure. But these errors can be fixed, just as a checkin can be reverted. That's what I mean with the risk being low, you can't make permanent damage.
The Zope community gives commit access by recommendation. This works well. The easier it is to contribute, the more people contributes.