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Re: calcite-avatica git commit: [CALCITE-2412] Add appveyor.yml to have tests on Windows against jdk1.8, jdk9, jdk10 Add Appveyor badge Add -DskipDockerCheck because of CALCITE-2385 and to make it sync with travis.yml

Julian, thank you for your feedback.
I changed the commit message to one-liner, will keep it in mind next time

On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 10:09 PM Julian Hyde <jhyde@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I don’t think it’s possible to automate. Crafting good messages is an art,
> not a science. Which is not to say that developers can’t get good at it,
> with a little practice.
> I’m sorry if you feel intimidated by my critiques. The fact that people
> can criticize commits after the event is a good thing - it allows us to
> move faster, because PRs do not have to be made 100% perfect before they
> are submitted. I try to make my criticism as gently as possible, and bear
> in mind that everyone has this project’s best interests in mind.
> Regarding
> I wish that you had committed that change, and I was a bit surprised that
> you, as a committer, had not already committed it. It would have saved me 2
> hours over the weekend reviewing and revising it. I included both
> contributors’ names in the message because I had squashed together two
> commits from different authors. I don’t know whether I broke guidelines,
> but I was acting in good faith.
> Julian
> > On Nov 19, 2018, at 10:55 AM, Vladimir Sitnikov <
> sitnikov.vladimir@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> >> Sorry to harp on to everyone about commit messages. But a clear code
> > history is essential for future contributors, and clear release notes are
> > essential for our users.
> >
> > Sorry for highjacking the thread, however it would be really great if the
> > verification could be automated.
> > The fear of "Julian claiming the commit message not being good enough" is
> > very real for me, and it is part of the reason I asked Michael to commit
> > "[CALCITE-2266] Implement SQL:2016 JSON functions" (and he was kind
> enough
> > :) ! )
> >
> > PS. I'm not sure if
> >
> > is
> > in line with "standards".
> > Should committers (e.g. "Vladimir Sitnikov") be placed to the commit
> > headline (first line)?
> > I thought we don't place committer names to the headline, however the Art
> > of Calcite Commit Message is close to black magic to me.
> >
> > Vladimir

Best regards,