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From Dean Gaudet <dgau...@arctic.org>
Subject Re: commit-then-review
Date Fri, 09 Jan 1998 20:51:13 GMT
I'm not advocating that we stop communicating with each other... I'll
still babble on about crap I'm working on.  I like babbling.

Dean

On Fri, 9 Jan 1998, Jim Jagielski wrote:

> One thing I would like is that before people work on stuff
> that they simply say, for example, "I'm updating foobar in flurbl.c"
> For example, there are many places in the code where it could
> be tightened up a bit. Dean is a maniac with that (I'm just waiting
> for assembler :) ) but others also like tuning up code (myself
> included). Let's just say that both Dean and Ken get it into their
> minds to rework the code in util.c... Both would be working on
> the same stuff which could be a waste of at least some time.
> Maybe Dean commits his stuff first and then Ken needs to compare
> his work with Dean's and "replace" things that might be "better."
> By announcing things first (1) it's possible that they could
> work it together offline, instead of seperately since they both
> know what they have in mind (2) it reduces wasted cycles.
> 
> Nothing fancy... maybe just a short blurb in STATUS similar to
> the CONCEPT stuff...
> 
> Yea? Nea? Shut the hell up?
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