cvs commit: ports/games/quake2lnx Makefile distinfo
pkg-message pkg-plist ports/games/quake2lnx/files
patch-src::linux::gl_glx.c patch-src::linux::rw_in_svgalib.c ...
pav at FreeBSD.org
Thu Nov 17 05:43:00 PST 2005
Alexey Dokuchaev píše v čt 17. 11. 2005 v 13:31 +0000:
> > PR: ports/87181
> > Submitted by: Alejandro Pulver <alejandro at varnet.biz>
> > Approved by: maintainer timeout
> I wish I could say "thanks" for work you've done, but I would appreciate
> private confirmation mail even in case of "maintainer timeout". This is
> a complicated port, and such a change is potentially harmful due to its
> massiveness. Commits like this should probably be done per-piece fashion,
> otherwise it's really hard to check if nothing got broken. Not to
> mention that I actually disagree on the number of changes suggested in
> the PR (and committed by you).
> I'm not asking for a backout, in fact I realize how annoying it can be
> when PR hangs in "open" state for a month(s), and I would have probably
> needed to change PR state to something like "working on it, please be
> patient", however, I must say I got somewhat frustrated to have to fix
> all those things that I don't like WRT this commit.
So why have you not handled the PR yourself? Is 36 days really not
enough to sort out a single port PR?
Pav Lucistnik <pav at oook.cz>
<pav at FreeBSD.org>
Just because you're an angel doesn't mean you have to be a fool.
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