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Discussion of external projects was Re: gcc 3.3 warnings

From: Justin Erenkrantz <justin_at_erenkrantz.com>
Date: 2003-06-18 07:51:14 CEST

--On Tuesday, June 17, 2003 3:29 PM -0700 Blair Zajac <blair@orcaware.com>

> Not image, just an individual's name recognition. It seems to me that
> if an individual is known, then it's easier to get stuff done. I'm more
> known on svn, so any issues I raise here get more of a response. I
> have raised issues on apr or httpd, and in my experience, raising them
> in svn gets the job done more quickly and easily.

No, but it is a matter that discussions about a project should be on that
project's mailing list. I really dislike it when people discuss changes about
project B on an project A's list. That does a tremendous disservice to the
developers on project B that aren't on project A's list.

As far as not receiving a response, for all of the patches that I can recall
on either dev@apr and dev@httpd, you never followed up to comments or reposted
them. That is pretty much a pre-req on some of the busier lists. -- justin

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