On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 2:57 PM, Jonathan Nieder <jrnie...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Jeff King wrote:

> Of course that's not the intent: the intent of ignoring someone is to
> hope they'll go away. :)
> In the context of other unhealthy behaviors (like alcoholism) there is
> a concept of enabling behavior.

The only one that can enable me is Junio. If he stops merging my
patches I would stop sending them.

It appears Junio is a good maintainer though, as he puts the needs of
the project, and thus our users, above your personal issues.

>> I'll be frank: I'm a pragmatic person, and I want to see work.
>> Despite all this mess, who has shown me the most number of patches
>> with some direction?  Felipe.  Who gets the most number of patches
>> into git.git, by far?  Felipe.  And who is wasting time theorizing
>> about what's wrong with Felipe in various ways?  Everyone else.
> In that case, I can see a simple solution.  Felipe, who provides the
> most patches in git.git, by far (I don't know what that means, but
> I'll take it as an assumption),

Maybe this will help understand the meaning of that:

% git shortlog -n -s --no-merges --since '3 months ago'
   221  Felipe Contreras
    83  Junio C Hamano
    71  Jeff King
    62  Michael Haggerty
    48  Ramkumar Ramachandra
    35  Thomas Rast
    33  Nguyễn Thái Ngọc Duy
    32  John Keeping
    30  René Scharfe
    23  Kevin Bracey

Felipe Contreras
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