Stefan K√ľng wrote:
> And I thought this mailing list was to be used to discuss stuff, raise
> concerns and get to an agreement on how things should be done. Silly me.
> Seems it's only "take what's there and stop complaining".
> Your attitude sucks.
> P.S. Since I have now a week off from work, I'll take the time to think
> about whether I want to keep working on TSVN. From what I see on trunk,
> what I get here about where 1.7 is going and the attitude it doesn't
> seem worth my effort anymore. Seems TSVN 1.7 can only get worse than
> 1.6, so what's the point.
> Don't expect anymore posts from me, at least until I made my decision.
Guys, this is ridiculous. Neither "I don't like it so Subversion won't do
it that way" nor threats to take one's toys and go home are productive. The
non-technical bits of this thread have played out like a preschool sandbox;
the technical bits haven't been allowed to play out at all because the
atmosphere isn't conducive to decent discussion. Are you kidding me?!
C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
CollabNet <> www.collab.net <> Distributed Development On Demand
Received on 2010-06-18 19:52:00 CEST
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