On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 8:48 AM, Ramkumar Ramachandra
> Felipe Contreras wrote:
>> 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.
I don't mind doing as many iterations as it takes, as long as it's
about meaningful issues.
I don't particularly enjoy, but I'm OK with discussing non-meaningful issues.
What I'm not OK with is disagreements that end up breaking the
communication, specially when a crystal-clear case has been made
(IMO), and the patch goes to limbo for no reason. That I think is a
For this particular patch, I don't care if it goes in at the moment. I
have something big on the pipeline, and I would rather drop this than
loose penguin points, although I probably don't have any left.
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