On Wed, Apr 6, 2016 at 8:02 AM, Simon Riggs <si...@2ndquadrant.com> wrote:
>> > We can, if you wish, revert this patch. If we do, we will have nothing,
>> > since I object to the other patch(es).
>> I don't think you have an absolute veto over other patches
> Huh? My understanding is I have the same powers as other committers, no more
> but also, no less. If you've seen me claim otherwise, please point where
> that happened.
Uh, that would be in the portion that is still quoted. "If we do, we
will have nothing, since I object to the other patches."
> Me saying "I object" seems to attract more attention than others for some
> reason. Why is it a discussion point that I object to a patch, whereas if
> you do it, thats fine?
You have every right to object to the patch. You don't have a right,
nor do I, to say that it won't be committed without your agreement.
> All very strange. People commit changes they didn't post all the time,
> especially on minor bugs such as this.
No, they really don't.
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