Ramkumar Ramachandra <artag...@gmail.com> writes: > As far as I can tell, I'm completely unbiased: I have no vested > interests in either implementation,... > ... > Frankly, I was hoping that atleast one or two people on the thread > would take my side of the argument (or atleast tell me that I'm not > deranged), but that hasn't happened.
Aren't these two quite contradicting? After listening to what others tell one with an unbiased mind and finding that nobody agrees with what one initially proposed, an unbiased person would step back, take a deep breath and think again, before insulting the intelligence of others with a "dissapointed", like this: > I'm already prepared for the worst case: I'll be forced to dump all my > work and be disappointed with the git community. Would it be possible that (at least some part of, or possibly all of) your ideas had some merit, but with all your hostility against the current system and the work that went behind it, you did not communicate well enough to make others understand you? What I found very hard to read in this thread was that your messages all went like this: 1. In the current system, I have to be at the top level of a submodule to work in it (or some other problems). 2. I will fix it in a more "elegant" way. 3. I have to have a new object at the submodule path, not the current "submodule is a commit bound at the submodule path, and information about the submodule is in .gitmodules". There was very little concrete explanation on how #3 leads to #2, i.e. the overall design of your new system and how it will work, other than you would read what we currently write in .gitmodules from a new kind of object. When an alternative solution was suggested, all your responses were full of subjective "inelegant" and "ugly", and at least I couldn't read much substance in it (here, the usual me might add "maybe others differ", but after reading this thread, I strongly suspect that others share this problem). -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe git" in the body of a message to majord...@vger.kernel.org More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html