[wp-hackers] The problem with Contributions and This Thread
wordpress at santosj.name
Mon Jan 3 16:50:37 UTC 2011
You again, completely miss the point and thus attempting to deviated the
argument away from the original point again. I thank you for playing, but
since the original point doesn't seem that it will ever be addressed. I
suggest we play in other sandboxes.
Thank you for your contributions and good day sir. I'd rather you had not
replied to this thread altogether, but I suggest we both go back to being
productive on our projects. Thank you for your time.
PS: Dirty Laundry? I'm interested in what you might have as it might help me
better understand your feelings toward the problem. However, I'm not
interested in following you down the rabbit hole again.
On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 10:39 PM, Andrew Nacin <wp at andrewnacin.com> wrote:
> > So basically 6 patches within the span of a week. Just imagine what I
> > could
> have done if I didn't have to spend all of my time attempting to get those
> tickets to even be looked at.
> Do you really want dirty laundry aired on this list? I can play that game
> too if you force me to.
> Imagine how many more patches you could have written or refined in lieu of
> writing a few thousand words to this mailing list this week.
> Imagine how many more patches I could have reviewed, tested or committed in
> lieu of needing to deal with responding to this. Or needing to think about
> In 2010, I made 7,566 comments to 3,598 tickets on the bug tracker, and
> than 1,400 commits. I/We don't need to be publicly castigated for failing
> ensure that your six (gasp!) specific tickets received feedback. Yeah, they
> weren't reviewed. We get it. But another 700 tickets were closed in 3.1
> alone. Some do slip through.
> You catch more flies with honey than vinegar. Crowing about your own past
> contributions and now these six low priority tickets never slated for the
> 3.1 release is self-aggrandizing when you look at how much has been done
> around you.
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