From: Lars Gullik Bjønnes (larsbj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-07-02 10:56:42
"David Abrahams" <david.abrahams_at_[hidden]> writes:
| I think I remember receiving some of those, and I remember that we asked
| you to submit separate smaller per-library patches. There's nobody who is
| able to digest a whole-boost patch set.
and I did comply.
And it was never long in the first place... ~100 lines perhaps.
| Sorry, I'll try again: I'm suggesting that you consider what can be done to
| get better responses *for everyone*, and then you help to implement that.
>> | That was easy. Unfortunately, Jens has become so busy in the past year
>> | he almost never posts here anymore, so that may explain why nobody
>> | responded earlier. Perhaps you would like to take over maintenance of
>> | limits.hpp (if Jens agrees)?
>> I am not really the right person for this... I have too little time to
>> maintain what I maintain already (www.lyx.org).
| I know the feeling.... Cool project, BTW. Do you know ReStructuredText?
No, I have not heard about that one.
>> | I think you should be more forgiving of such minor incoveniences,
>> | especially from an all-volunteer organization, and most especially when
>> | we're already taking steps to address the issue (by appointing a
>> | maintenance wizard).
>> I am pretty forgiving... I _am_ a maintainer for a all-volunteer
>> project already so I get the same bickering that you have got from me
>> now... (and no, I do not like it either).
| Strange that you should bring it to us in that form, then.
Actually it seems that this is the only way to get
developers/maintainers to react at all... you have to be blunt
negative and offer no constructive criticism.
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