Nicolas Dumazet ha scritto:
Have I ever ignored a comment from you that was
directly addressed to
me? I don't think so.
No, I was speaking in general. I have no problems with you.
Anyway, what's wrong with my commit? I don't
really see the issue here.
I don't want contradict my latest statements.
* Some people don't reply to your comments because
they are not
comfortable enough in English to do so. I can understand them.
* Some people don't reply to your comments because of the tone you
use. Indeed, there are times where you could have been more pedagogic.
I can understand them.
Nooo... Those aren't good reasons for not writing nothing. It's just to
I think you are wrong about latter point and it isn't my purpose be rude.
I personally don't see how emitting remarks is a
loss of time. The
more we are... the better we should perform.
As a generic remark, I think that you could probably
help more here,
if you were committing the changes you were suggesting: after a few
days, if the original committer does not commit back fixing the
problems you mentioned, you should grad your keyboard, and
fixityourself(). My opinion is that the more people see your code
That shouldn't be the rule. No one reads or takes care, no one
undestands that he should fix the code your self.
I repeat: I don't comment anymore SVN commits in mailing-list. Sorry for
showing to you my disappointed, I could spare it.
«Non dee l'uomo, per maggiore amico, dimenticare li servigi ricevuti dal
minore». (Dante Alighieri, Convivio, II, 65)