> I disagree. For instance, if I helped writing the combined module, and > someone separated it without thoroughly making sure that everyone is ok > with this separation, I believe it's upto him to be responsible to merge it > back in.
That surely happens in 0.01% of the cases. My example referred to the fact that decisions by anyone on this list are completely meaningless, unless the person can convert that decision into actual code. > What you suggest is that PHP will really be f(t), as people's > resources change with time. I do not agree. PHP has hardly evolved over the last six months. php-dev has become another dragging, slow committee where no actual evolution can happen. The sorry state of PHP development stems from that. Sometimes I envy the Linux kernel model where a dictator can actually move the development process forward and does not need to seek consensus with those individuals who managed to subscribe to some mailing list. - Sascha -- PHP Development Mailing List <http://www.php.net/> To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php