Subject: Re: [boost] [process] [sorting] [singularity] [compute] [others] Who needs review manager?
From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-09-13 16:25:30
Antony Polukhin wrote
> 2014-09-10 20:55 GMT+04:00 Niall Douglas <
>> However, as you're ready to review manage now, and the v1.3 engine is
>> likely to not arrive before the end of 2014, please do look through
>> the docs now relocated to http://boostgsoc13.github.io/boost.afio/. I
>> have made some improvements based on what Robert said about them. If
>> you think the library is ready for review now, do let me know.
> I'll take a closer look to the library and write a personal note with
> comments/notes as soon as I get some free time.
> But first of all, I'll take care of the Compute review :-)
I'm wondering if perhaps you've got confused about the differing roles
of review manager vs reviewer. IRC a review manager doesn't review
libraries himself, he reviews the reviews of others, weighs them and
arrives at a acceptance/rejection. Think the US court system
judge - review manager
jury - reviewers.
If you actually want to review these libraries, consider posting you're
review to the boost library incubator and encouraging others to do the
same. Getting a review manager is a separate task. Hopefully, this
would be easier of there were several reviews already prepared.
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