Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:
> On Thu, Apr 11, 2013 at 11:59 AM, Jeff King <p...@peff.net> wrote:
>> But I give up on you. I find most of your commit messages lacking in
>> details and motivation, making assumptions that the reader is as
>> familiar with the code when reading the commit as you are when you wrote
>> it. I tried to help by suggesting in review that you elaborate. That
>> didn't work. So I tried to help by writing the text myself. But clearly
>> I am not going to convince you that it is valuable, even if it requires
>> no work at all from you, so I have nothing else to say on the matter.
> Me neither. I picked your solution, but that's not enough, you
> *always* want me to do EXACTLY what you want, and never argue back.
> It's not going to happen. There's nothing wrong with disagreeing.
Heh, it seems that I was late for the party.
Writing only minimally sufficient in the log messages is fine for
your own project. We won't decide nor dictate the policy for your
project for you.
But _this_ project wants its log messages to be understandable by
people who you may disagree with and who may have shorter memory
span than you do. Disagreeing with that policy is fine. You need
to learn to disagree but accept to be part of the project.
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