[Twisted-Python] Project policies Re: Twisted-commits] r17325 ...

Cory Dodt corydodt at twistedmatrix.com
Wed Jun 21 14:37:44 EDT 2006

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Christopher Armstrong wrote:
> On 6/21/06, Cory Dodt <corydodt at twistedmatrix.com> wrote:
>> If you're going to have an official policy, and you're going to publicly
>> chastise people on the mailing list, you'd better make sure the whole
>> world
>> knows what the rules are before you do so.  I do not consider "Re:
>> [Twisted-commits] r17325 ..." to be the title of an official policy
>> document.
> "chastise"? You're overreacting, Cory. Nobody has been chastised in
> this thread apart from those you chastised for pointing out the commit
> format. While you're definitely right about not having much public
> documentation about it (please contribute, you are a wiki editor)

Usually I object to this kind of policy change; documents of policy should be
written by a person who holds the majority opinion.  In this case, and in
others, I was not around to discuss it when it was decided on.  (I suspect
this was a Divmod policy that has migrated to Twisted; while this is not
always bad, Divmod is not Twisted, and the communication avenues are not the
same, so I don't assume the same rules apply to both.)


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