Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:
> Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> I was originally led to believe that its code quality was good
>> enough, and that was why I merged the bottom three patches of the
>> series even down to 'next' in the first place. But after seeing the
>> "Of course" response that led to [*1*], which made me recall many
>> patch-review interactions with him, I have started to have doubts.
> This is bullshit, and a wrong direction fallacy.
> Event #1:
> Junio rejects the graduation
> Event #2:
> I give up improving remote helpers in git.git
> Junio is trying to make you believe that his decision (#1) was caused by
> something I did (#2). Don't fall into that trap, #2 happened *AFTER* #1,
> it can't possibly be the cause.
I think you misunderstood.
I never said that I do not want it to graduate up (out is an option)
based on code quality. In fact, I do not think anybody discussed
about code quality until this morning.
But because I was asked, I thought about it, and then answered
honestly. I do not know what a trap you perceive is about, and I am
not interested in your responses.
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