Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> wrote:
>David Kastrup wrote:
>> It becomes easier to actually change things when communicating in a
>> abrasive and destructive manner.
>That would make sense if I was the only one with the itch. But I wasn't
>only one, so anybody could take the patches and send them in a less
It's not anybody else's job to take your patches and drizzle them in the
honey of respectable discourse. They're your patches, nobody else is
going to champion them for you.
>The fact of the matter is that the tone doesn't matter, the patches
>don't get in because change is not welcome. Period.
You neglect the possibility that your personal view of what git should
be differs from other people's. One's views and values aren't correct
just on the virtue of that person having them, and you are no different,
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