C. Michael Pilato wrote:
> Stefan Küng 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?!
Sorry for self-replying, but I don't want to leave things on a negative note
Stefan: As I've said before, TortoiseSVN will have what it needs to
function and function well. The code is in a crazy state of flux right now,
though, and we don't want to wind up whipping out un-thought-out APIs to
satisfy your needs *today* that we'll have to live with forever. Please
allow us more time to get past the plumbing stages of the WC-NG transitional
work before asking us to address your needs. We really do want to give you
the information you need; we further want to give it to you in a way that
doesn't bind our hands in the future.
Greg: See above. We've plenty of WC-NG plumbing to deal with before ever
needing to engage the topic of "which of a handful of call and response
paradigms will do the job and make us happiest". Can we defer that decision
until later? Maybe a more mature WC-NG will help us to make better such
C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
CollabNet <> www.collab.net <> Distributed Development On Demand
Received on 2010-06-18 19:58:52 CEST