[Twisted-Python] SURVEY: Have you submitted a patch to Twisted and it never got in?
Laurens Van Houtven
_ at lvh.cc
Tue Jul 5 06:18:18 MDT 2011
On Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 7:36 AM, Johan Rydberg <johan.rydberg at edgeware.tv>wrote:
> On 7/1/11 6:08 PM, Itamar Turner-Trauring wrote:
> > In order to have at least some anecdotal evidence --
> I've had some patched rejected, probably on sound basis. But the
> experience always leave you with a feeling that you got stabbed.
Yes, this is terrible. How can we fix it?
> Sometimes it _is_ be better to get some basic functionality in
> place, instead of arguing about how things should be done "the
> right way".
> From time to time you find a ticket that you want fixed, and start
> working on it, but end up never submitting it since you already
> know that even if it fixes the problem it will be shot down, since
> it doesn't do it this or that way.
Well, I think everyone would agree that a system where it's easier to pick
up such a half-finished thing that just needs some love would be better,
regardless of whether that unfinished work should go into twisted or not.
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