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From Chuck Murcko <ch...@topsail.org>
Subject Re: Voting guidelines..
Date Sun, 13 Apr 1997 15:09:42 GMT
Rob Hartill wrote:
> 
> On 13 Apr 1997, Paul Richards wrote:
> 
> > Voting should just be scrapped. People keep going on about the
> > difficulty they have committing time to the project, if I get a free
> > weekend, like I have today, then I want to hack code. I might not have
> > time later in the week and may not have free time for quite a while. I
> > either commit now or probably never since subsequent changes make it
> > difficult to merge.
> 
> that's a good thing IMO. I'd rather that someone like you or ME who
> makes few code changes can't just pop up, commit something and then
> disappear for a week or month. I think code should be committed based
> on when it's ready and not on what's a conevenient time for the submitter.
> 
> As for voting, it has a use for anyone who wants to keep up with
> a stable version of Apache by staying in sync with the CVS tree.
> I hope more people outside of this list will start doing this in the
> future because it heads off more problems early on.
> I don't want to download a half-baked httpd one week and find
> it knocks the machine over in the middle of the night. That code
> should be robust.
> 
> Let's stop making these FreeBSD comparisions. We're doing different
> things, and their system is far from perfect too - I've downloaded my
> fair share of broken FreeBSD cvs output. I love what they do, but don't
> feel the urge to mimc their every move on the Apache front.
> 
> rob

Yeah. What Rob said. Personally, I run FreeBSD 2.1.6 here. 8^)
Helluva good example of release engineering.
-- 
chuck
Chuck Murcko
The Topsail Group, West Chester PA USA
chuck@topsail.org

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