Hi Chris and Dimitry,
I know that recently, you have divided responsibilities between yourself,
resulting in Dimitry's inability to fix errors in Chris' code. An
alternative occurred to me, for your consideration: each time Dimitry fixes
a bug in Chris' code, he enters a mark like "CHRIS-TOREVIEW". Before
releasing a beta, Chris reviews the changes marked so, and fixes some of the
new issues resulting from Dimitry's fixes.
Any opinions on that? Poor idea?
AFAIK, division of responsibilities is discouraged in extreme programming
methodology, and is typical rather for commercial settings, with the
Another option: whenever Dimitry fixes a bug in Chris' code, he notifies
Chris by sending him an email with a short description of performed changes,
and a short explanation of the reasoning behind these changes.