On Tue, 2 Feb 2010 11:31:12 +1300, martin f krafft <madduck at madduck.net> 
> Arguably, being patch-centric means that a project has a higher
> barrier of entry, but it also means that if someone wants something,
> they know that they'll have to somehow end up with a patch. The way
> this happens on Git is that you either write it yourself and bring
> it up to discussion (which is what patchwork facilitates), or
> constructively theorise the functionality until someone else
> submits a patch.

And don't forget, if you really want something on the longterm todo
list, you can always send in a patch for the TODO file. ;)

- Marten

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