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Subject: Re: [boost] [foreach][polygon][xpressive][bimap][ptr_container][gil][assign][typeof][msm] PRs for removing executable attribute for files
From: Mike Gresens (mike.gresens_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-11-05 10:18:12

I would suggest that any boost project should have MORE THAN ONE project

- So we would have more developers with write access to the projects
- Pull requests with features/bugfixes could be merged
- No stagnation in projects (or less projects than now)
- No need for so many projects to become CMT. There would be "fallback"
project owners.

- There would be need for code reviews. Yes, for the code of project
owners too! They should make regular merge requests to the other project
- In formal code reviews: not one developer against all others, but a
team represents the project


Am 02.11.2017 um 17:37 schrieb Edward Diener via Boost:
> The following libraries still have PRs, which I have previously
> submitted, for removing the executable attribute for one or more files:
> foreach
> polygon
> xpressive
> bimap
> ptr_container
> gil
> assign
> typeof
> msm
> None of these PRs affect anything other than the file attribute, so no
> testing is needed AFAICS since no code changes. If the maintainers of
> the above libraries, or someone else with write access to these
> libraries, can merge the appropriate PR to 'develop', and then merge
> 'develop' to 'master', we can get rid of having any files with their
> executable attribute set in the next release.
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