On Wed, 05 Jun 2002 16:44:55 CST, Scott Long wrote:
> Ok, I finally feel the need to speak up here.
> FREEFALL CVS IS NOT THE PLACE TO PUT EXPERIMENTAL CODE THAT BREAKS WORLD!
> Don't give me any crap about "It's -current, you should expect breakage."
> You are abusing this disclaimer far more than it was ever meant for.
> Breaking world used to be a very humiliating event for committers. You,
> however, break it on a consistent basis. What the F*CK? Yes, others
> have broken world before you, and others will break it after you, but
> you are abusing the standards of the project.
I think you went a little over the top with this message.
If you'd taken a moment to calm down and limited yourself to presenting
an emotion-free complaint, you'd be in a much better position to expect
a positive result.
Yes, DES broke the world build. Yes, more / better testing on his part
could have avoided the breakage. Still, it's seldom useful to come on
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