Emmanuel Lecharny wrote:
> because he started this project.
> When he says "don't", I back him, just because Alex is 99% right, when
> i'm only 50%. I won't fight for the 1%, if it's not important.
My philosophy is to make sure I'm clearly understood and if I see
something where I think the rationale is off I point it out.
I back "I understand your rationale, but like it like this so don't
change it". That's fine.
It's ok to agree to disagree :-)
> Now, we can discuss things, but this is not because we don't agree that
> you are right. (Churchill)
> > I should have asked Alex before telling you to move on. My bad.
> Yep. Shit happens. We do mistake, all of us. I'm sorry if you have to
> revert code you have already changed, and spoiled time.
No biggie. It's a very trivial change. I think we just thought Alex
was on board, because the boat was docked for a long time, but we are all
busy and don't necessarily see all the mails right away, ces't la vie.