Lenny general freeze ahead
On Wednesday 04 June 2008, 15:11:42, Otavio Salvador wrote:
> > So please, this is not a battle for this particular commit, just that I'm
> > scared about the your concepts of "cleanness", separation and "uglyness"
> >  and "beauty"  required for future work.
> I'm sorry but I can't agree with you. If we don't force a style it can
> be easier for you to work on that _today_ but it will be worse later.
I agree with you, I want rules too.
I just wanted to discuss this particular set of rules which I find
time-consuming and not well suited for the purpose (which seems to be
not "trashing git history" among others). Like using a nuclear bomb to kill
> We can't accept exceptions and this works fine in many projects much
> bigger then Debian Live, this will and does work fine for a small
> project like Debian Live.
I agree too, and I really think I was misunderstood by both you and Daniel,
which is obviously my fault.
Anyway, as I stated, I will adhere to the unwitten rules as they manifests,
even if I seem to not agree with them and even if you do not like to discuss
them. So expect 2 commits with no codying style change from me.
As engineering teachs, there is a tradeoff between innovation and
conservation, I just say that the rationale of your tradeoffs does not
convice me, but I also think that this discussion took too much time for me
(and maybe also for you) and I do not see ways to let my ideas penetrate
without spending more time.
So another tradeoff there.
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