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From David Crossley <cross...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [RT] fixing gump
Date Wed, 06 Oct 2004 05:11:21 GMT
Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:
> Adam R. B. Jack wrote:
<snip/>
> > Cocoon didn't build 'cos (1) we'd not got enough folks caring about gump
> > successes (2) we didn't build from repository (and cocoon has lots of
> > dependencies, so it's chances of a build were unlikely. FWIIW: Communities
> > (many), along with myself (looking at 'affected') and Stefan (just being the
> > natural Gumpmeister) put in the time and effort in to picked candidate
> > failures, fix them, and slowly edged up the Gump wave front to meet Cocoon.
> > So, in a sense, this number resulted in Cocoon getting built. ;-)
> 
> all right, it is clearly not your fault that cocoon was never built, but 
> this for sure didn't help, IMHO.

A tweet from the background ...

The email reports that nag us on Cocoon and Forrest
are very hard for me to follow. (Please don't stop the nags.)

I do try to decipher them and even follow through
to the website. However, i inevitably give up and wait.

Thank heaven that Stefan Bodewig and Stephen McConnell et al
sometimes send us a fix for our gump descriptor.
These fixes are often obscure.

So, please, it is not that we don't care.

How to ease the confusion, i do not know.

-- 
David Crossley


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