On Wed, Sep 12, 2012 at 09:21:46PM +0200, Jens Lehmann wrote:
> Am 11.09.2012 21:41, schrieb Junio C Hamano:
> > Thanks. I wish all others paid attention to "What's cooking" like
> > you did here.
> > And if it is hard to do so for whatever reason, suggest a better way
> > for me to publish "What's cooking" or an equivalent (I am interested
> > in finding the least bureaucratic way to help people and keep the
> > balls rolling).
> I think "What's cooking" makes lots of sense in its current form
> as one gets a very good overview over current development tracks.
> Maybe in addition it would be nice to email the author(s) of a
> series when the state changes or new comments are added (and to
> only include the relevant part from "What's cooking" there).
Yeah, in general I think the current system is fine. It might be
slightly more convenient to send out the update email, but finding the
right thread is more work for Junio (I guess you could just ignore that
and start a new thread, but for readers it is nice if it is connected to
the original series thread).
And I personally think it is nice to read through the whole list of
topics and their current status occasionally. I sometimes end up
commenting on a topic that I probably would not have otherwise seen that
way. Of course, I likely have a lot more git time than most people, so
the effort of skimming "what's cooking" is not too high for me.
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