Felipe Contreras wrote:
> James Denholm wrote:
>> > Either way your analogy is completely wrong as I already explained
>> > multiple times. I'm not trying to convince vegetarians to go
>> > hunting, I'm saying they should eat something, bread, meat,
>> > vegetables, anything. Instead they choose to starve to death.
>> I'm the meantime, the community decides that some of your proposals
>> aren't good ideas, and decide to consider others in due course.
> Wrong. The problems are ackowledged, no other proposals are put forward,
> nothing gets done.
So I'll ask again - you've described frustration at the
pace of git development, and that you feel that your patches
aren't being accepted. If you feel that this is ultimately to the
fatal detriment of git, why are you still trying to convince
vegetarians to join you in hunting when you could simply find
a more willing group?
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