On Thu, 3 May 2001, Zeev Suraski wrote:
>And you expect us to give you that power? :)
Did I suggest that? I didn't. I was referring only to
the rest of that piece of text, not the part about 'giving power'.
>Seriously, PHP isn't going to start following Nazi-like strict rules. We
>shouldn't get into jurisdictions and stuff like that because they're
>endless discussions with no point. In an opensource project you can set
>guidelines, not laws, and we should work to improve those guidelines as we
Nobody said anything about following 'nazi-like' strict rules either.
Where are you reading this? I would like to see that email too.
Where can I find these nazi-like strict rules to what kind of procedures
opensource projects should have? Where does it say that an opensource
project can't have strict rules on release cycle?
>I still think that the FastCGI thingy was fine, by the way. It's modifying
>existing code in the last minute that causes trouble.
Adding any new code into the configure system is a possible cause for
trouble. As is modifying existing code too.
>At 04:54 3/5/2001, Jani Taskinen wrote:
>>On Wed, 2 May 2001, Steve Langasek wrote:
>> >Give the QA team that power. Let the release branch be reserved exclusively
>> >for bugfixes, and give the QA team control over what gets committed to the
>> >branch. This is the only way to make headway against bugs.
>>Amen. There can't be _ANY_ exceptions to this. Not even Sascha or ANYBODY
>>else. Including Zeev/Andi/Rasmus. Just thinking of that FastCGI thingie..
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