Oct 29 2019
Several of the definitions use the clause "that results in a diff that is not reverted". It is important to remember that being reverted or not reverted is not a static attribute. What is not reverted today can be reverted tomorrow. Shouldn't the definitions include time in some fashion? Such as "that results in a diff that is not reverted within 30 days". Also, does it matter whether a revert itself was reverted--should that situation be considered reverted or not reverted?