Felipe Contreras wrote: > What you are really complaining about is that I don't agree with > *every* single suggestion you make. And since you made them, they must > be sensible, and single I don't agree with you, I must not be > sensible, is that right?
Oh, I have no problems: I reviewed git-related, and it resulted in massive simplifications and improvements; those threads didn't run wild. I was mainly criticizing Thomas' review style (when it comes to reviewing your patches in particular), and was prodding him to "make concrete suggestions" in a one-email review, and leave it at that. What started out as a pointer to the guidelines: Thomas Rast wrote: > We've been over this already: > > The body should provide a meaningful commit message, which: has resulted in this thread running wild. > There's nothing wrong with me choosing how best to spend my time. Really. Ofcourse you are. You have arguably spent it very productively solving a lot of user issues (especially remote-bzr). Personally, I try to do the minimum amount of boring work required to make sure that a good series gets in. Sometimes this is a little high (for a recent example, see my pickaxe-doc series). The result being that I just won't work on documentation in the future because doing iterations is so piss boring: the git community needs to recognize this problem and make amends. -- 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