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Re: Subversion bureaucracy???

From: Files <files_at_poetryunlimited.com>
Date: 2003-08-21 16:32:57 CEST

Sorry. I posted from the wrong email address. This is the one that should be
receiving subversion mail in case anyone wants to reply to me. Sorry.

I get a lot of spam in the other one, so any replies there might get lost. :(

Shamim Islam (files@poetryunlimited.com) wrote:
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>Ok.
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>First off. I think subversion is one of the best things since sliced bread.
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>That being said, I think there are somethings I just don't understand.
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>Like what the pecking order is. What the criteria is for determining whether an
>issue is applicable or not. And who makes those decisions.
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>That being said, I'd also like to say that it's really hard to understand why you
>absolutely have to register in order to report a bug or even post a fix.
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>None of this makes any sense to me.
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>Especially, it seems to me, that even when you want to post a fix, you're politely
>told that "It's ok, it's not relevant."
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>I'll wait to hear some answers back before I get into the details of this.
>
>Thanks.
>
>Shamim Islam
>(Credentials withheld for the time being.)
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