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June 26, 2012
std.uuid vote results - accepted!
The voting is over, and, not surprising, std.uuid is accepted for 
inclusion into Phobos with 10 "yes" vs 0 "no" votes total.

Congratulations, Johannes! Time to roll up pull request ;)

Votes counted as YES:
	1. Alex Rønne Petersen
	2. John Chapman
	3. Jesse Phillips
	4. Jonathan M Davis
	5. Jonas Drewsen
	6. Mike Wey
	7. Me
	8. Masahiro Nakagawa
	9. David Nadlinger (on condition of fixing @trusted)
	10. Bernard Helyer

P.S. I'm glad we did it. Any new candidates?
Let's keep reviews going, as I recall there were some crowding in review 
queue already.

-- 
Dmitry Olshansky
June 26, 2012
Re: std.uuid vote results - accepted!
Dmitry Olshansky wrote:
> The voting is over, and, not surprising, std.uuid is accepted for
> inclusion into Phobos with 10 "yes" vs 0 "no" votes total.
> 
> Congratulations, Johannes! Time to roll up pull request ;)
> 
> Votes counted as YES:
> 	1. Alex Rønne Petersen
> 	2. John Chapman
> 	3. Jesse Phillips
> 	4. Jonathan M Davis
> 	5. Jonas Drewsen
> 	6. Mike Wey
> 	7. Me
> 	8. Masahiro Nakagawa
> 	9. David Nadlinger (on condition of fixing @trusted)
> 	10. Bernard Helyer
> 
> P.S. I'm glad we did it. Any new candidates?
> Let's keep reviews going, as I recall there were some crowding in
> review queue already.

I think the most up to date list is here
http://prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?ReviewQueue
Andrei is preparing std.benchmark for review. I do not know about other
candidates.

BTW there is also
https://trello.com/board/phobos-review-queue/4f33d3c6542c156960533efb

It should be decided what is the official source regarding reviews. It
seemed as if it would be moved over to Trello in the hope for a better
organization. If there is a consensus I will move all information from
the Wiki to Trello.

Jens
June 26, 2012
Re: std.uuid vote results - accepted!
On 27-Jun-12 01:00, Jens Mueller wrote:
> Dmitry Olshansky wrote:
>> The voting is over, and, not surprising, std.uuid is accepted for
>> inclusion into Phobos with 10 "yes" vs 0 "no" votes total.
>>
>> Congratulations, Johannes! Time to roll up pull request ;)
>>
>> Votes counted as YES:
>> 	1. Alex Rønne Petersen
>> 	2. John Chapman
>> 	3. Jesse Phillips
>> 	4. Jonathan M Davis
>> 	5. Jonas Drewsen
>> 	6. Mike Wey
>> 	7. Me
>> 	8. Masahiro Nakagawa
>> 	9. David Nadlinger (on condition of fixing @trusted)
>> 	10. Bernard Helyer
>>
>> P.S. I'm glad we did it. Any new candidates?
>> Let's keep reviews going, as I recall there were some crowding in
>> review queue already.
>
> I think the most up to date list is here
> http://prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?ReviewQueue
> Andrei is preparing std.benchmark for review. I do not know about other
> candidates.

Great, I'd love to see it in Phobos.

However I believe it's important to have alternatives. Review requires 
certain amount of spare time from BOTH reviewers and the author. It not 
at all unexpected for author to suddenly not have enough of spare time 
for current review cycle.

> BTW there is also
> https://trello.com/board/phobos-review-queue/4f33d3c6542c156960533efb
>
> It should be decided what is the official source regarding reviews. It
> seemed as if it would be moved over to Trello in the hope for a better
> organization. If there is a consensus I will move all information from
> the Wiki to Trello.

The trello has the disadvantage of being even less 
public/popular/obvious then D wiki. D wiki has the only disadvantage of 
it having a big pile of junk coming from the old D1 days.

I don't think Trello is a net improvement at all but I may be missing 
something.


-- 
Dmitry Olshansky
June 27, 2012
Re: std.uuid vote results - accepted!
On 26-06-2012 23:16, Dmitry Olshansky wrote:
> On 27-Jun-12 01:00, Jens Mueller wrote:
>> Dmitry Olshansky wrote:
>>> The voting is over, and, not surprising, std.uuid is accepted for
>>> inclusion into Phobos with 10 "yes" vs 0 "no" votes total.
>>>
>>> Congratulations, Johannes! Time to roll up pull request ;)
>>>
>>> Votes counted as YES:
>>>     1. Alex Rønne Petersen
>>>     2. John Chapman
>>>     3. Jesse Phillips
>>>     4. Jonathan M Davis
>>>     5. Jonas Drewsen
>>>     6. Mike Wey
>>>     7. Me
>>>     8. Masahiro Nakagawa
>>>     9. David Nadlinger (on condition of fixing @trusted)
>>>     10. Bernard Helyer
>>>
>>> P.S. I'm glad we did it. Any new candidates?
>>> Let's keep reviews going, as I recall there were some crowding in
>>> review queue already.
>>
>> I think the most up to date list is here
>> http://prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?ReviewQueue
>> Andrei is preparing std.benchmark for review. I do not know about other
>> candidates.
>
> Great, I'd love to see it in Phobos.
>
> However I believe it's important to have alternatives. Review requires
> certain amount of spare time from BOTH reviewers and the author. It not
> at all unexpected for author to suddenly not have enough of spare time
> for current review cycle.
>
>> BTW there is also
>> https://trello.com/board/phobos-review-queue/4f33d3c6542c156960533efb
>>
>> It should be decided what is the official source regarding reviews. It
>> seemed as if it would be moved over to Trello in the hope for a better
>> organization. If there is a consensus I will move all information from
>> the Wiki to Trello.
>
> The trello has the disadvantage of being even less
> public/popular/obvious then D wiki. D wiki has the only disadvantage of
> it having a big pile of junk coming from the old D1 days.
>
> I don't think Trello is a net improvement at all but I may be missing
> something.
>
>

For starters, we could put a link to the Trello org on dlang.org.

-- 
Alex Rønne Petersen
alex@lycus.org
http://lycus.org
June 27, 2012
Re: std.uuid vote results - accepted!
Congrats!
July 01, 2012
Re: std.uuid vote results - accepted!
Am Tue, 26 Jun 2012 23:42:22 +0400
schrieb Dmitry Olshansky <dmitry.olsh@gmail.com>:

> The voting is over, and, not surprising, std.uuid is accepted for 
> inclusion into Phobos with 10 "yes" vs 0 "no" votes total.
> 
> Congratulations, Johannes! Time to roll up pull request ;)
> 
> Votes counted as YES:
> 	1. Alex Rønne Petersen
> 	2. John Chapman
> 	3. Jesse Phillips
> 	4. Jonathan M Davis
> 	5. Jonas Drewsen
> 	6. Mike Wey
> 	7. Me
> 	8. Masahiro Nakagawa
> 	9. David Nadlinger (on condition of fixing @trusted)
> 	10. Bernard Helyer
> 
> P.S. I'm glad we did it. Any new candidates?
> Let's keep reviews going, as I recall there were some crowding in
> review queue already.
> 

Thanks!
The pull request(s) are here:
https://github.com/D-Programming-Language/phobos/pull/651
https://github.com/D-Programming-Language/d-programming-language.org/pull/133

Took a little longer as I had to fix some small 64bit errors and
annoying problems with the windows makefile (adding std.uuid to the
existing SRC_STD_x or SRC_STD_REST caused out of memory errors for the
autotester. I had to add a new SRC_STD_4 to make it work)
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