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RE: Post Commit Code Formatting

From: Durfee, Bernard <Bernard.Durfee_at_suny.edu>
Date: 2005-06-22 21:53:26 CEST

> > At the very least recognizing and discussing the needs of the user
> > community in a productive and meaningful way.
> Does that mean productively and meaningfully recognizing
> anything that
> anyone claims is a need? Or what a consensus of users say is a need?

Yes and yes. Each need should be recognized. But the work of the 'core'
developers should be driven by the needs of the majority. So a more
appropriate response from Karl could have been...

"Hi, no we do not have any plans to implement such a feature in
Subversion. In general, development is driven by the needs of the
majority of our user community. As such, your particular need has not
been reflected by a large part of our users. Perhaps you could either
work with the members of the dev@ list to implement a solution on your
own or try to drum up support from the general user population."

...don't you think?


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