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Re: stabilization & number of changes

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-01-07 16:31:39 CET

> On Wed, 2004-01-07 at 15:34, Erik Huelsmann wrote:
> > Greg, (not sending to your personal address which has this hideous
> > mail-received notification)
> Come on, the 'hideous' thing only pops up once a month ;).
> > > On Mon, Jan 05, 2004 at 06:16:20PM -0500, Greg Hudson wrote:
> > > > I'm not saying that CollabNet developers made more API mistakes than
> >
> > [ large snip ]
> > > I wish you wouldn't attempt to portray such divisions.
> >
> > [ extremely large snip about marking issues Post-1.0 unilateral or not ]
> > > The view of karl/ben/mike/me was that an API issue was not going to be
> > > seen by the end user, so it was not necessary to hold 1.0 for it.
> >
> > I can't help reading that you *do* make the division yourself too.
> >
> > Sure, you are in one office and full-time employed to work on it.
> Although
> > you may not want there to be a division this automatically creates one:
> for me
> > the only logical way of discussion with Karl is the dev@ list; for you
> it's
> > to walk up to him.
> heh heh. Nope. Different offices with a plane flight in between ;).
/me hides in a little corner ...

Ok, but it's still the same company. My company operates all over the world;
I call my co-workers on the other side of the globe far easier then I would
pick up the phone to call any one involved with Subversion.
> > It is not necessarily bad and does not have to mean "us"
> > against "them", but it does mean that opinions of those at CollabNet
> have been
> > and are going to be taken differently than from others.
> There will be different priorities, but that's about it. And to credit
> CollabNet, the priorities of the community are as much respected as that
> of the company itself at this point.

Yes. I don't want to sound disrespectfull in any way: I *very* much like
what is done and how the community also can give it's input to the project.



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