cvs commit: ports/games/ppracer Makefile pkg-descr
infofarmer at FreeBSD.org
Fri Jun 15 16:08:12 UTC 2007
On 6/15/07, Kirill Ponomarew <krion at voodoo.bawue.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 15, 2007 at 06:55:20PM +0400, Andrew Pantyukhin wrote:
> > On 6/15/07, Kirill Ponomarew <krion at voodoo.bawue.com> wrote:
> > > Andrew, please stop sending such kind of comments to
> > > ports-committers@ alias, in this case it really should be sent
> > > privately. But, frankly speaking, even if I get it privately, I'd
> > > smile. You should really *think* before you mail your comments to
> > > ports-committers list, these above comments are inappropriate here.
> > >
> > > Please move all you technical items for commits whether to ports@
> > > and discuss it there, or privately, depending how *important* is
> > > your comment. Inserting the coins for every commit and do it in
> > > ports-committers@ is not what I expected while discussing technical
> > > review explanations.
> > I'm the one who sends most messages, but this is not
> > a one-man effort. Many people read them, some comment
> > on them - and we all learn. And this is the point:
> > making committers aware of the amount of problems in
> > our commits, discussing them together. I'm not an
> > automated process, we must all learn from each other's
> > mistakes, broadcasted to a list, because we just don't
> > have enough human resources for private lessons.
> Sorry, but it's high level crap to discuss here stuff like Approved
> by: "pointyhat via kris", "pointyhat", "portsmon via linimon" or
> just "portsmon". I don't want to see here the "yet another policy
> and discussion how to write Approved by: line", should I write pav@
> or just pav, "via" kris or just kris. Andrew, I'm just repeating,
> these are crap comments and they shouldn't belong to
> ports-committers list.
I get your message, I'll try to raise a bar a bit
for qualifying comments on this front.
> > As for the mailing-list, I think ports-committers is
> > the most appropriate one because this is primarily an
> > inter-committer process.
> You can't even really imagine how many users read ports-committers
> list just to know the changes in the ports tree. They're not
> interested in the above notes. So, please respect our users as well
> and don't think only about committers guys.
Try to use threaded mode or something. You're right, a lot
of people are subscribed. I expected some of them to be
extremely annoyed by my "spam". I'm sorry for that. Right
now I'm just happy that you're the only one who have voiced
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