On 2/2/07, Daniel Arnold <arnomane(a)gmx.de> wrote:
for the patchfile
against recent SVN version.
Erm. I now tried quite a while in #mediawiki to get this really really small
patch inside Mediawiki main line and I am really astonished by the lack of
interest submitting something that harmless like this patch.
I want to proceed fixing all the other 150 files too and:
a) I don't want to waste my time whith doing something wrong and then being
told about it *after* I did edit all other files.
b) I don't want to wait for every single file that long.
Hey I want to improve MediaWiki and I am not someone who asks for getting svn
access in order to make MediaWiki capable making coffe or tea.
Folks you wonder why people don't fix the problems by themselves and submit
poor bugzilla bug reports?
This is the reason.
I eventually volunteered that I would commit it if you finished it,
and that offer still holds. As for the general case, unfortunately,
yes, people ignoring patches is a problem, but there's not much that
can be done about that in a volunteer project.