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From: David Nielsen <Lovechild@××××××××.com>
To: gentoo-dev@g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-dev] Re: culture clash (was: Ebuild Janitor Project)
Date: Wed, 14 May 2003 20:15:01
In Reply to: Re: [gentoo-dev] Re: culture clash (was: Ebuild Janitor Project) by Martin Schlemmer
Could I possibly ask you guys to stop CC'ing me, I am on gentoo-dev

Anyways, Spider has joined the forums has begun to kick us around so we
do it "the right way"(tm) - which is a good thing, since that should
ease entry into portage for the ebuilds.

So here's to ya mate.

- Lovechild

On Wed, 2003-05-14 at 21:41, Martin Schlemmer wrote:
> On Wed, 2003-05-14 at 11:32, David Nielsen wrote: > > On Wed, 2003-05-14 at 03:42, Luke Graham wrote: > > > Mate, he just wants to tidy up some ebuilds and submit them to bugzilla. Stop > > > talking rubbish about herds and culture. Sorry for the top post, but the > > > message below is so bloody long. > > > > To please the worried part of the developers we have now added a warning > > message to each and every ebuild forum on our project site, so to avoid > > bug reports coming from potentially broken or in heavy development > > ebuilds made by the team. > > > > Now could we possibly get some positive feedback for a change? > > > > I have not yet looked at your site (sorry), but sorda always hectic > here. > > Basically I think you guys misunderstood each other terribly > (hopefully 8). Anyhow, we are talking about transforming the > way things work to get better QA, and take some load off > developers (or should we say guys with CVS commit privs). > > *I* (note me in my personal opinion) think that what you guys > started, is a step in what we were thinking (the herds thing), > but rather sudden and with more force/success than imagined ;) > If we talk about this, we should be able to work something > out that will be for the better for our community as a whole. > Right ? > > Anyhow, I tried to forward to a few people, hopefully, the > right ones will respond =) > > > Regards,
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