Come on man, it's an emergency, and we need to fix this right away, so ...
"I'll fix it later"
I mean far be it from me to suggest that you're making that up.
I believe we should give people the benifit of the doubt.
People wouldn't simply lie during a code review to get me to approve a thing and then just ... never follow up...
so, show me one
Fundimentally, we have to assume we're working with good faith actors, right?
So it seems fair to just approve the PR, once they show a pair of commits where:
- The first one sucks, but they said "i got u next time dawg" and
- The second one actually fixed the suck from the first commit.