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I would like to keep the note about the line of code for (Tim):

The following module cannot be approved because, Eugene have reviewed it and found following mistakes: 'Eugene's quote here'.

Can I say something like this (?):

The module is being reviewed by Eugene with following notes: 'quote here'.

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  • 1. Eugene has 2. module has been reviewed 3. use issues instead of mistakes - sounds less confrontational – mplungjan Dec 1 '17 at 9:49
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A few issues

  1. Eugene has

  2. module has been reviewed

  3. I suggest you use issues instead of mistakes - it sounds less confrontational

So

The module has been reviewed by Eugene and (the) following issues (were) found:
1. ...
2. ...

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