On Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 07:41, Jason Switzer <jswit...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm surprised anyone actually ever read the diff part of the message. I
> would prefer to never see that feature again. This has a link to the
> commit,
> which has a much better diff viewer than plaintext email (hello? 1997
> called, they want their change notices back).

In some respects, I want 1997 back, since people learned how to work
efficiently rather than not. ;)

I both like and can read the contextual diffs just fine.

> It links to the actual change
> and even highlights the changes.

Yes, it's all very nice, and nothing that needs to go away. Having it both
ways can't hurt.

> Now I'll actually take a moment to sift
> through the changes. I vote to never see those diff emails ever again. In
> fact, if the diffs are brought back, I'll just subscribe to the commit feed
> and skip the email notice all together.
> That seems like a reasonable solution for you, then.

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