On Tue, Oct 23, 2018 at 10:05:27PM +0900, Rin Okuyama wrote: > Well, it makes sense on one hand. But, on the other hand, your argument > can be very dangerous if it is abused; I really hate an attitude like > "Oh, discussion is falling into a bike shed! Let's commit it to shut them > up!" Of course, I do understand you are not a person to do such a thing. > However, I believe that we must prove it, we do not behave like that, by > our daily actions. Otherwise, the community will break up. This is why > I'm writing this sequence of unpleasant messages which must "discourage" > everyone --- I am really sorry for it.
I thought there were no big objections to it, as kamil stated something that I read as a withdrawal of his more fundamental objection to markdown & preferring a different style of document, the other complaint was really small (arm64->aarch64) so I changed it without posting a second revision. > Yes, we must explain the relation between CVS master and GitHub mirror, > at least. Others are minor problems although I feel it better to be > consistent with our existing documents. For example, architecture > names in http://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/ are not capitalized at all. Sure. > Maya, why don't you express your opinion in a public ML instead of > sending a private massage to me? Rather, let us get back to technical > discussions... I've had multiple complaints about mentioning details of non-public conversations to a wide audience. Considering it's also the only conduct rule netbsd has, I should probably be extra careful about it.