[rust-dev] Next week's older RFCs

Brian Anderson banderson at mozilla.com
Mon Jul 14 13:19:57 PDT 2014


On 07/10/2014 05:48 PM, Nick Cameron wrote:
> Hi, here are the recommendations for discussion at next weeks 
> meetings. There is a new section of RFCs which are ready for 
> discussion but discussion has been postponed because we're waiting on 
> a key person for that RFC to be present. This is mostly for RFCs which 
> have been brought up for discussion in a meeting but, we've postponed. 
> There are a few other RFCs not on this list where I've ignored them 
> for now because the right people (mostly Niko) aren't around.
>
> So, there a very few RFCs this week that are obvious candidates for 
> closure and I we are pretty much up to date in that respect. There is 
> still quite a backlog of RFCs which we should discuss at meetings and 
> that backlog is only shrinking slowly. I think in general we don't 
> have enough time at the general meeting to discuss more RFCs. Should 
> we start discussing RFCs we might accept at triage? Or are we OK 
> slowly chipping away? Or should we have another meeting or some other 
> solution?

The situation doesn't seem dire to me yet. Right now there are 37 RFC 
PR's open. I don't have a sense of how that compares historically, but 
Rust has 56, and that's a higher number...


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