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Re: CVS commit: src/sys/arch/sun68k/stand
> On Nov 8, 6:01am, Izumi Tsutsui wrote:
> } christos@ wrote:
> } > | > If you want, I can give you access to the gcc-4.8.1 repo
> } > | > so you can fix it yourself, just send me an ssh public key.
> } > |
> } > | Why isn't it in the public branch?
> } >
> } > We did not want to burden the tree with throway code. We'll import it once
> } > it is done.
> } IMO it's still better to have proper announcement in that case.
> } (even developers don't know what's ongoing)
> We don't need announcments every time somebody starts working
> on a project. Many developers work on all sorts of projects all
> the time. Some pan out, some don't. When the developer has
> something to show, we will know, either by an announcement if it
> is something large, or by a commit if it is something small.
You don't need announcement, but less announcements, less feedback.
If you don't need help for your project, you are right.
I pointed out a problematic fix, then a person working on the project
without announcement answered "you can fix it yourself."
I don't know what's going on so less motivated.
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