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From "John Morrison" <john.r.morri...@ntlworld.com>
Subject RE: cvs commit: xml-forrest/src/documentation/content/xdocs who.xml
Date Sun, 26 May 2002 10:59:59 GMT
> Sorry, I didn't think it was such a big issue changing *my* id.
> AFAIK nobody asked what we wanted ids to be in the first place, nor that
> there is a rule for it.

*peace* Ken.  It was just a change Steven and I weren't expecting.  The
ID's have traditionally been the initials of your names.  Prob because
it's easier to get NKB right for people than spell it in full! :)

> > I prob would have said yes, but it would have been nice
> > to have been in on a discussion to decide this for
> > forrest.
>
> Gee, again I'm sorry, but this *isn't* a decision.

It was.  Everything you do in life, including me sending this
email is a decision.  Nothing against that - you have too to live,
but you can't deny it.

> I'm just testing the cron job to make Forrest work, and it just happened
> that at 20:00 o'clock, after a day full of work, I couldn't come up with a
> better thing to change to easily see if pubblication worked.

OK.  Thanks for letting us know this.

> You see, I didn't think discussing about my id is paramount now.
>
> If you think it's important just start a discussion.
> What's the problem?
>
> > Come to that, I'm subscribed to the alexandria list, with
> > commit access and I've not seen emails to that effect,
> > nor JM in any files.
>
> http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=alexandria-dev&m=101732369029269&w=2
> "
> From: "Peter Donald" <peter@apache.org>
> >  And I would also recomend that
> > it use the users Apache account username as ID rather than BL, PD or
> whatever
> > as that way you can map username to things like changes gathered via cvs
> log
> > or from bugzilla or whatever.
> "

It was only a recommendation - it hasn't been implemented.  Also,
GUMP/Alexandria lives in Jakarta, Forrest has come out of XML/Cocoon, and
I'd much sooner follow their conventions.

> I also said I was going to change for all projects using Centipede
> descriptors, and nobody argued, hence I thought it was liked by the others
> on the list.

<shrug/> what you do as lead developer for Centipede is completely
under your control.  I thought this project was supposed to be a
community...

> Let me make it clear: I don't care what the id is, I don't feel like
> discussing it -so do what you want-, I don't have any fealing of any sort
> about ids, I don't want to impose anything, I will never ever try
> to impose
> anything.

No, no, no. 99.999% of everything you've ever done has been excellent.
*PLEASE* don't get annoyed over something so trivial!  However, it
shouldn't be a case of imposing something on the project (perhaps that
wasn't the word you ment to use?).  This is supposed to be a team
effort.

> Gee, I've been working hard these days on the project and all I
> get is being
> turned down by a stupid id.

We all know how hard you've been working on the project - and
it *IS* appreciated.  You weren't getting 'turned down', but,
in all probability most people here arn't subscribed to Alexandria,
and even if they are (like me) they may have completely missed that
thread.  (Typically, I don't read a thread to the end if I've lost
interest part way through...)

> :-(

Sorry you're upset.

J.


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