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Re: TONYC Grant Report February 2018

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From:
Marcus Holland-Moritz
Date:
April 9, 2018 12:00
Subject:
Re: TONYC Grant Report February 2018
Message ID:
20180409125935.7d97be23@air.mhxnet.de
Ouch, sorry I've missed this earlier.

Many thanks Tony, +1!


On 2018-03-19, at 19:39:53 +0000, Sawyer X wrote:

> Big +1 from me.
> 
> Thank you, Tony!
> 
> On Wed, Mar 14, 2018, 12:24 Tony Cook <tony@develop-help.com> wrote:
> 
> > Approximately 24 tickets were reviewed, and 6 patches were
> > applied
> >
> > [Hours]         [Activity]
> >   2.60          #125351 testing, sidetracked into unrelated failure, have
> >                 reproduction problems, back to original testing, apply to
> >                 blead
> >                 #125351 look at minor re-work of patch, which apparently
> >                 I’d already applied.
> >   5.88          #127743 review smoke results
> >                 #127743 commit clean up, update Changes
> >                 #127743 more Changes updates, testing, apply to blead
> >                 #127743 reduce re-probes of the recursion limits
> >                 #127743 more reduce re-probes (Win32 makefiles), testing
> >   0.37          #130841 (sec) review
> >   2.82          #131844 (sec) research
> >                 #131844 (sec) research, comment
> >                 #131844 (sec) request CVE ID
> >                 #131844 (sec) testing patches against branches
> >   0.37          #132062 (sec) review overnight discussion
> >   9.14          #132063 (sec) catch up on discussion
> >                 #132063 (sec) testing, research and comment
> >                 #132063 (sec) comment
> >                 #132063 (sec) more testing against branches, #p5p
> >                 discussion of an AIX issue
> >                 #132063 (sec) try to apply patches, testing
> >                 #132063 (sec) more try to apply patch against maint-5.24
> >                 #132063 (sec) comment
> >   6.62          #132227 (sec) research, comment
> >                 #132227 (sec) testing, comment
> >                 #132227 (sec) rebase blead, apply new patch, testing
> >                 #132227 (sec) debugging
> >                 #132227 (sec) more debugging
> >                 #132227 (sec) comment
> >   0.98          #132683 debugging, produce a fix and comment with patch
> >   3.19          #132833 debugging, work on a fix, testing
> >                 #132833 review, comment briefly
> >                 #132833 review code, review fix and close
> >   0.25          #132834 research
> >   0.40          #132843 review discussion and related ticket and comment
> >   2.47          #132849 research, fix, testing on linux and freebsd, apply
> >                 to blead and comment, fix warnings.pm porting test failure
> >                 #132849 review comments, testing on Win32
> >   0.22          #132866 testing, comment
> >   1.70          #132867 testing, comment, find an old related ticket, test
> >                 old patch, comment with patch
> >                 #132867 testing, apply to blead
> >   0.77          #132870 testing, try to reproduce outside of perl, work on
> >                 a fix and comment
> >   2.10          #132876 testing, work on a fix
> >                 #132876 more testing, comment with patches
> >   8.59          #132893 testing
> >                 #132893 testing, debugging, comment
> >                 #132893 debugging
> >                 #132893 debugging, work on a workaround
> >   0.58          #132920 debugging, comment
> >   0.98          more security patch wrangling
> >   0.25          push security patches to security repo, let pumpkin know
> >   0.63          reply Dave’s Storable email
> >   1.82          review security queue to select security issues
> >   3.60          security patch round up
> >   0.63          security patch wrangling
> > ======
> >  56.96 hours total
> >
> >  


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