On Tue, 26 Jun 2007 08:50:44 +0200, Sven Neumann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Tue, 2007-06-26 at 11:58 +0930, David Gowers wrote:
>> filepath.diff adds a 'file path' field to the 'Image Properties'
>> dialog; I did this after some discussion between gg and myself on the
>> importance of being able to find out the path easily.
> That's already on my TODO but I will probably do it differently than
> your approach.
Unless what he's implemented is bad why not just comit anyway until you
get around to doing it better/diffeently?
It would be one less task on your busy schedule and one more lose end
tidied up for 2.4
>> Image_metadata.diff changes the title used by the 'metadata' plugin
>> for its window. Mainly, it's just so that there are not two different
>> dialogs both titled 'Image Properties' available.
> The metadata plug-in is unfinished and not supposed to be part of the
> next stable release anyway. Perhaps it is time that we stop building and
> installing it.
Well it's true it does not seem to do much so it may be best no to build
it if it's been pushed to a future release. Still committing the name
change would not be a bad move since David has coded it.
You've said you were very frustrated about not getting 2.4 out yet. May I
gently make the point that if you could be a little more flexible in
accepting others contributions even if not _exactly_ the way you would
chose for it to be done you would get more contributions and contributers.
Maybe you dont realise how frustrating and demoralising it is to put in
time to come up with improvements, code and submit patchs only to see them
It really leaves one with the feeling "why did I bother?".
Clearly you're not going to accept everything anyone comes up with but
everyone needs to find thier motivation for contributing to OSS. I think
this often means fixing an personal annoyance or adding a feature we'd
like to see. Getting things refused without a what seems to be a firm
reason is disheartening and removes the motivation to make further
Please don't take that the wrong way , it's just something you may like to
consider that could help the project gain momentum.
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