On 08/08/17 11:55 , Steffen Möller wrote: > More discussions in this thread do more harm than good in my experience,
Well, at least a few people pointed out that they indeed learned a lot from these discussions. Apart from that I think the positions of everyone who voiced an opinion became a lot clearer which helps to understand each other. > Nobody will voluntarily change behaviors because of an email thread. Sad, but true (fortunately not universally). I'll try and stop trying. > One needs > to experience first hand how a different development model works to > learn from that. Yep, so let's get a revised process model into place (by democratic decision) and let it show its benefits. >>> No need to outsmart them. >> Outsmart? The kernel folks? As you know, we haven't even established the >> bare bones yet. Where do we try to outsmart anyone? > Missunderstanding. "you" as in a) (the current git routine in BOINC) are > trying to do something different than the git-routine of b) for no particular > reason. Aha, thanks for this clarification! This makes way more sense as it's in line again with your previous statements on this matter :-) Hint @all: b) presumably means "any other larger Open Source project" Cheers, Oliver
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