On 11/30/2016 01:19 PM, Michał Górny wrote: > On Wed, 30 Nov 2016 01:33:24 -0800 > Daniel Campbell <z...@gentoo.org> wrote: > >> On 11/26/2016 01:08 AM, Michał Górny wrote: >>> On Sat, 26 Nov 2016 00:03:59 -0800 >>> Daniel Campbell <z...@gentoo.org> wrote: >>> >>>> <rant> >>>> A funny deficiency of GitHub is it doesn't allow for open conversations. >>>> You're always forced to talk about something directly related to the >>>> code, like an Issue or a Commit. Gists can be somewhat analogous to an >>>> open discussion, but that strikes me as abuse of the medium. >>>> Additionally, it's not a threaded format so it's hard to guess which >>>> branch of conversation you're on. >>>> >>>> Of course sometimes you *want* to focus strictly on the code, but that's >>>> not how real-world organizations work. They're made of people, and most >>>> people end up talking about things *around* the code that are still >>>> important, like the various RFCs that we post here on the ML. None of >>>> what GitHub offers is suitable for that imo. >>>> </rant> >>> >>> GitHub is a code hosting and review tool, not a forum. It's not >>> a replacement for everything ever invented. >>> >> The GitHub guys seem to disagree with you; unless you consider custom >> emoji support (and reactions, thumbs-up counts, etc) integral to the >> code review process. > > Excuse me but how are your visual feelings even remotely related to > the topic at hand? If you want to troll GitHub, please find > an appropriate forum to do so, and don't spam the mailing list.
It was a simple observation that indicates they care about a little bit more than _just_ code review. I'm not sure how a counter argument is considered spam. > >> Since you didn't address it, what tone was intended by the quip about >> others "pretending" to not use GitHub? > > I'm not going to reply to your provocation. > Again, not meant to be provocative. The best way to figure out what someone meant by something is to ask them. Rather than assume, I figured asking would be the normal thing to do. My apologies if you find that offensive. -- Daniel Campbell - Gentoo Developer OpenPGP Key: 0x1EA055D6 @ hkp://keys.gnupg.net fpr: AE03 9064 AE00 053C 270C 1DE4 6F7A 9091 1EA0 55D6
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