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From srowen <>
Subject [GitHub] spark issue #21060: [SPARK-23942][PYTHON][SQL][BRANCH-2.3] Makes collect in ...
Date Tue, 17 Apr 2018 03:41:35 GMT
Github user srowen commented on the issue:
    I do not see a problem with the commit message here. Is that really the issue? it accurately
describes _what_ changes. The _why_ has always been documented in discussion, and it is here
already. Sometimes the _why_ is documented in comments too; I don't see a particular need
for that here, but, if that's the issue, why isn't that what we're talking about?
    You continue to portray this as a behavior change, and I think you mean "a change in what
is considered correct behavior". However all the other comments suggest otherwise; the argument
from consistency seems much stronger.
    Your proposed criteria for backports sort of align with accepted practice, which is to
follow semantics. I think semver is reasonably clear, in general and in this case.
I see broad agreement for this backport, and people simply disagree with your interpretation.
It is not a failure to understand criteria.
    Believe me, people here have plenty experience with software, versioning, and the impact
of changes. I'd put more faith in the judgment of your peers. Your anecdotes are of a type
that's familiar to many people, but, I also fail to see how they're relevant here.
    You are adopting a 'conservative' position and I think in this case it's out of line with
normal practice. I think you should accept that people disagree and move on.


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