DIP Reviews: Discussion vs. Feedback

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For a while now, I’ve been including a link to the DIP Reviewer Guidelines in the initial forum post for every DIP review. My hope was that it would encourage reviewers to keep the thread on topic and also to provide more focused feedback. As it turns out, a link to reviewer guidelines is not … Continue reading DIP Reviews: Discussion vs. Feedback

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Revisions to the DIP Process

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At the AGM that was held prior to the Hackathon at DConf 2019 in London, I announced that I would be making revisions to the DIP progress aimed at shortening the length of time required to go from the Community¬† Review to a final verdict. I also, in response to Joseph Rushton Wakeling’s feedback about … Continue reading Revisions to the DIP Process

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Updates in D Land

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As we encroach upon the end of 2018, a recent Reddit thread wishing D a happy 17th birthday reminded me how far the language has come since I first stumbled upon it in 2003. Many of the steps along the way were powered by the energy of users who had little incentive to contribute beyond … Continue reading Updates in D Land

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