>> I have had patches and contributions rejected in the past, sometimes
>> rudely. Same has happened to many others, if you contribute long
>> enough, it is pretty much guaranteed that it will happen to you.
>> Maintainer is wrong, or you are wrong, or someone is just having a bad
>> day.
> This is not about a couple of patches I worked in a weekend being
> rejected. This is about the work I've been doing since the past two
> years almost like a full-time job dropped to the floor with no
> explanation at all. I started with the expectation that they were going
> to move to the core, because Junio said so, then he changed his mind and
> didn't want to explain his reasoning.
> It's not just a bad day.

Here are two posts where Junio and Michael Haggerty explain the
reasoning to you:

- http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.git/248727
- http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.git/248693

Basically, in your case it boils down to your social manners. Despite
the (good) work you did, many people think the community and git as a
whole as more to loose by having to deal with your theatrics,
especially since you try to take everyone hostage of your situations.
No amount of "arguing" (calling it "ad hominem" etc) will change
anything at this point, you have to accept that your social actions
have a big part of responsibility in this.

IMHO, you should change your behavior into a more respectful one and
give people some time to discover you changed, otherwise it is
innevitable that you'll just get banned/ignored by mostly everyone.

We spent way too much energy dealing with these silly issues, please
find a way to deal with it that doesn't annoy everyone and doens't
affect the friendlyness of the mailing list.

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