Governance revisited (Wineconf report)
kai.blin at gmail.com
Mon Sep 25 05:44:17 CDT 2006
On Sunday 24 September 2006 12:08, Ge van Geldorp wrote:
> Like I said before, I have a lot of respect for Alexandres technical
> abilities. But when I read comments in the Wineconf report about git:
> "Developers might not like it, but Alexandre does so it's a success" (did I
> mention I dislike git also???) and the inability of the Wine community to
> set up a patch management system (so patches won't disappear into the big
> void) because Alexandre refuses to use it if it won't work in Emacs I'm
> starting to wonder if people realise that the developers don't work for
> Alexandre. He's a great Benovelent Dictator on technical issues, but in my
> opinion only a Dictator on patch process management.
While we're going on about personal likes and dislikes, I like git, it saved
me a lot of work this summer, and the ability to branch whatever I like is
Now, getting back to the patch submission process, you're talking about a
patch management system. How would that look like, in your opinion. We were
discussing a couple of ideas, but in the end figured that most of those would
slow down the submission speed of patches that are accepted.
Our idea was to have patches be recieved by the subsytem maintainers, and
Alexandre would only apply patches he got from those guys. We voted that one
Now I would be interested in your idea for such a system. I figure that
writing an emacs frontend won't be too troublesome if it's reasonably
designed, so let's ignore that for now.
Kai Blin, <kai Dot blin At gmail Dot com>
WorldForge developer http://www.worldforge.org/
Wine developer http://wiki.winehq.org/KaiBlin/
Will code for cotton.
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