On Thu, Apr 02, 2020 at 12:05:27AM +0000, Daniel Shahaf wrote:
> Stefan Sperling wrote on Wed, 01 Apr 2020 11:58 +00:00:
> > FWIW, "You are expected to fix it" could also be interpreted as hostile.
> > It's a direct order from you directed at me, telling me what I should do.
> You committed a bug so I asked you to fix it, just like when Denis broke
> the build you asked him to fix it.
> However, that was the ONLY thing I actually expected you to do. The
> debugging suggestions were posted for whomever happened to have time to
> investigate the bug, not for you personally. I apologize for my part in
> the Swiss cheese of that miscommunication (whatever it was; I don't see it).
> > I would feel a lot better if you did work to improve upon existing work
> > and then showed me "this is how you could have done it, what do you think?"
> > instead of making suggestion after suggestion and expecting results from me.
> I don't know whence you got the notion that you're entitled to commit
> bugs and expect me to fix them. You might as well commit patches
> without log messages and then blame me for not writing them for you.
> > If it makes you feel any better, I'd be happy to stop voluteering for the
> > RM role, and let you or someone else worry about the release going forward.
> I won't dignify this petulant threat with a response. Feel free to
> rephrase yourself. (And lest you mistake the previous sentence for
> another "direct order", allow me to clarify that it isn't. It's an
> invitation which you may accept or decline at your leisure and
> P.S. I may not be able to respond in a timely manner for the next few days.
Enjoy your time off.
My offer still stands. When you come back you can pick RM for 1.14 if you
want to. And this isn't meant as a threat, it's an offer. I will step aside
if anyone in this community sees that I'm somehow doing it wrong and will
then contribute to the release by testing/signing etc. as usual.
Received on 2020-04-02 09:52:36 CEST