[Architecture] Pull Requests
steve at opendirective.com
Wed Jan 28 07:19:09 EST 2015
and not forgetting
On 27 January 2015 at 15:07, Michelle D'Souza <michelled33 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Congratulations everyone on the review!
> Now that we have passed that milestone, it's time to start our final push
> towards the end of the project. The first step in this, is to get all of the
> incredible work from the year 3 review into the master branches in github.
> Kasper and I have been going through all the existing pull requests and
> assessing their status. We have started to use some of github's built in
> features to help us annotate and organize the pull requests.
> We are using the 'assignee' field to assign a person to conduct code review
> on the pull request. So, if you are the person who opened the pull request,
> you are responsible for any more work that needs to be done to get the pull
> request into master. If you are the assignee of the pull request, you are
> responsible for code review and final pushing of the pull request into
> We have also added labels to help to communicate the status of individual
> pull requests. These are the labels that we are using:
> question: We aren't sure of the status or next steps for this pull request
> and have put questions on the pull. Both the person who opened the pull
> request and the assignee should take a look at it and answer the questions.
> Needs Work: Additional changes to the code in this pull request are
> required. The expected changes should be noted on the pull request. The
> person who opened the pull request should address this.
> Mothballed: This is not ready to go into master, but we will not be working
> on it in the near future. It still holds work that we don't want to lose so
> we are keeping the pull request open.
> Please take a look at the open pull requests and let's get them into master
> soon. https://github.com/GPII/universal/pulls
> Michelle D'Souza
> Inclusive Design Research Centre, OCAD University
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