"Simon Large" <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com> wrote on 09/07/2008
> 2008/9/6 <Stefan.Fuhrmann_at_etas.com>:
> > Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote on 09/06/2008 10:48:37 AM:
> >> There are some issues with
> >> the log cache which need someone working on them.
> > Anything else than the issue you described in the initial post?
> > Since I seldom scan the users list, the last problem I'm aware
> > of was the UNC issue we fixed a while ago. If it was on the @dev
> > list, I slipped it due to the unhealthy amount of stress I had -
> Do you want us to cross post issues from the users list onto dev@ ?
That would definitely help since I'm not subscribed to the users list
and could not keep up with it anyway. In an ideal world, the title
would contain keywords like "log cache", "revision graph" or "x64".
If something obviously doesn't get my attention, please feel free
to forward it to the stefanfuhrmann at alice-dsl in de. The if the
first replies to some post point to somewhere outside my "area of
interest", I often don't read the follow-ups. That is exactly what
happened with the Blame issue reported on the dev@ list.
> >> If you don't want to
> >> do it anymore, that's fine, but a little notice would be nice.
> > That's the bad thing about it. I always had the impression of
> > "next weekend you can do something for TSVN again". But only
> > during those very WEs, it turned out to be impossible.
> Understood - we all get times like that - but please can you tell us
> on the mailing list when you are too busy so we can take alternative
> action. (We? I mean Stefan!)
The reason why I didn't send a specific "busy" mail was my ignorance
of problems with my code. So, from my perspective, I could only have
sent a "no commits this WE" mail.
In the future, I should post even in that situation, say after 2 weeks
or so, i.e. after the fact. So, you would have an opportunity to reply
with "prob / no prob".
> /me feeling guilty about the (non-TSVN) mail I just replied to a month
> late because I was too busy at work :-(
/me feeling mildly guilty about the one slipped dev@ post. In general,
though, replying to all corporate spam is often counter-productive :/
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Received on 2008-09-08 01:33:20 CEST