[Python-Dev] Our failure at handling GSoC students

martin at v.loewis.de martin at v.loewis.de
Wed Aug 7 10:34:32 CEST 2013

Zitat von Eli Bendersky <eliben at gmail.com>:

> I would like to point out something that stands out in this list of issues:
> such a method of producing dozens of patches simultaneously is extremely
> unwise, unless there's a crucial piece of history I'm missing. It is much
> more prudent to start with one or two exemplary modules, and if those fully
> pass code review, send out patches for others. The reason is obvious - code
> review may turn up problems or requests for change. Going backwards to
> modify 57 patches is not something anyone would want to do.

Robin did exactly that: submit a few patches first, receive feedback,
submit more patches. At the end of the project,he submitted his
entire work.


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