On Friday 29 February 2008, Robert Millan wrote: > Sorry, I missunderstood. Please, would you tell me which specific rules > I should observe for each part of D-I? I understand I can handle > win32-loader/ directory freely, but for the rest I really don't know, and > was just using common sense. Common sense is all I ask for. And the common sense is: do not trample over components for which you are not a lead maintainer, especially for components (or ports) that _do_ have active maintainers. Give others the time to respond and do not commit unless you have _explicit_ agreement from those maintainers. Just like Otavio, I _do_ see your contributions, but I also strongly feel that you're often way too pushy, both in discussions (like over gnash), migrations (grub2) and commits. I have a very string feeling that I cannot trust your judgement because you're always wanting to jump 10 steps ahead, without due considerations of risks and proper timing. As someone who does a lot of coordinating for D-I, I constantly have the feeling that I have to be extra alert for whatever next crazy change you'll want to push past everybody and that's just not a comfortable feeling. As you may know my prime concern is to keep things reliable and working _while_ still moving forward.
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