I'm sorry, I thought I was joining the subversion users list but somehow I
got thrown into the middle of some flame war about semantics in an email and
windows binary release schedules.
My mistake. I'll go find that subversion users list now.
On 5/12/05, Jostein Chr. Andersen <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thursday 12 May 2005 16.36, Erik Huelsmann wrote:
> > On 5/12/05, Jostein Chr. Andersen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > A note about "binaries and installers will come the next days or
> > > within a week or something) would be nice.
> > How about "Binary packages are usually available about a week after
> > Subversion source releases. "?
> Or: "Binary packages are usually available within a week after..." :-)
> > Well, I guess we provide an indication already, but maybe we should
> > point to the downloads page in the release e-mail.
> Yes, unless we only does this for our own ego! ;-)
> It's quite obvious that the point above can be stronger and clearer in
> some way..
> .. and.. I have some additional thoughts about this: I don't feel annoyed
> about private e-mails and bashing on the list. Both the binaries and the
> installers are downloaded and in use by _many_ thousand users. It's not
> much noise related to that.
> Yes, most us don't get paid for this, but that don't make us martyrs,
> IMHO. We are all doing some high and semi high profiled work/playing
> here, so some "annoying" emails in places we don't like should just
> teach us that we must do some small things a little bit diffrent.
Received on Thu May 12 19:07:22 2005