cvs commit: ports/devel/rubygem-pkg-config pkg-descr
stas at FreeBSD.org
Thu Oct 14 22:39:17 UTC 2010
On Thu, 14 Oct 2010 17:51:17 -0400
Wesley Shields <wxs at FreeBSD.org> mentioned:
> In all honesty, your insistence on not using 'co-mentor' is the first
> I've ever heard of it. I realize that doesn't make it right, but I think
> my point that this is a silly debate still stands.
But you didn't heard that you should use 'co-mentor' either?
It was meant for consistency, so you can later do some automatic processing
based on "(mentor)". I don't even know where this string came from: you
probably can't find any references to "approved by co-mentor" neither in
the committer's guide, or in porter's handbook.
I just was surpised to receive no reaction on my first comment both from the
committer and the mentor: the "co-mentor" nonsense has continued to be used.
Maybe I just missed that, but I didn't heard that we allow each new mentor
to invent his own string to put into parenthesis; if it's true, my I'll
ask my next mentee to put something like "master" or "god" in place of
"mentor", just because I like it better, or nobody told me that I shouldn't
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