cvs commit: www/en about.sgml
gerzo at micronet.sk
Wed Nov 8 19:38:15 UTC 2006
Wednesday, November 8, 2006, 10:36:11 AM, was written:
> On Wed, 8 Nov 2006 10:11:06 +0100
> Marc Fonvieille <blackend at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
>> On Tue, Nov 07, 2006 at 08:33:30PM +0100, Daniel Gerzo wrote:
>> > Personally, I don't consider this as a real whitespace change. Since I
>> > was touching this (and the only) line, where I have also edited its
>> > content, I have also added a space after a full stop as FDP tells us.
>> > I just wanted to fix two issues at one shot.
>> > Yes, about.sgml has many of "those" issues, but they should be fixed
>> > and since I'm not going to do it at once, I prefer them to get fixed
>> > step by step :-)
>> To know what is the concensus on this subject, please consult the CVS
>> repo and freebsd-doc archives and check if we used to:
>> - fix the full-stop thing;
>> - mix whitespace and content commits (cause as I said in my previous
>> mail I'm talking about some recent commits mixing both whitespace and
>> content changes and not only this one).
> Yea, commits made to just mark up tags are bogus and time wasting.
> And I need to apologize for this stuff, I only glanced at Daniel's
> diffs. In honesty, I was paying more attention to my POSIX stuff
> and the elections ending in an unbalanced and unfair aftermath.
> Note, I'm only apologizing for the mixed content/whitespace.
I have to say that the original diff approved by my mentors didn't
include the whitespace fix (I have noticed it right before committing
it) and _I_ alone decided to commit it with the "full stop" fix.
Anyway, I still think that this is not a real problem and I use to
commit whitespace fixes separately to content changes. I don't
consider this commit as a real whitespace and content change - It's on
the same line and translators are easily able to find out what has
> Note again, I'm not trying to pick a fight with you.
Daniel mailto:gerzo at micronet.sk
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