Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:

> On Sun, Apr 14, 2013 at 12:13 AM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
>> Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:
>>> Why wasn't this patch merged to 'pu'? To my knowledge nobody raised
>>> any real concerns.
>> There are many reasons not to queue _everything_ ever posted to the
>> list on 'pu', and they are almost always not a deliberate rejection.
>> The maintainer may have thought he is not the best person to judge
>> changes to the area the patch touches, and may be expecting further
>> comments from others, but haven't said "Comments?" and waiting for
>> them to say something without being asked. Or the maintainer may
>> have judged that it is likely to result in wasted work if he queues
>> that version of the patch, fixing trivial nits himself, only to see
>> a reroll arrive before the day's integration cycle finishes (which
>> makes him run the cycle again). Or the maintainer may have been busy
>> tending to other topics. Or the maintainer may have pushed the patch
>> down the queue for any of the above reasons to deal with it later,
>> and after having tended to others' topics, may have forgotten about
>> that patch.
> The world is full of possibilities, but most of them are irrelevant,
> specially since 'the maintainer' is right here and can mention the
> reason himself. Is there anything wrong in asking?

An earlier draft of my message starte with "Do you have to be
combative to ask a simple 'did you forget this?' question?", but
later I removed it. That was what made it irrelevant ;-)

Just rerolling with what _you_ think is an appropriate level of
explanation (either or both in log and in-code) and see what happens
would probably be the best way to proceed, I think, at this
point. Either you hear "It still is wrong and too sketchy", "Yeah,
thinking about it again, this is sufficient" from others.  Or a
silent, which I am inclined to take as much closer to the latter
after all the discussion.
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