James Denholm wrote:
> 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?
You are obviously not very good with analogies, or reading for that
matter. The answer is quoted right in the begginning of the mail.
Congratulations, you've achieved a mail quote loop.
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