moving CVS commits to another list?
massiot at via.ecp.fr
Fri May 3 00:20:06 CEST 2002
À (At) 11:11 +0200 1/05/2002, Jean-Paul Saman écrivait (wrote) :
>> I thought moving CVS commits to another list such as vlc-checkins or
>>vlc-cvs might help having more discussions between developers instead of
>>being spammed by the CVS bot. A lot of developer discussions are taking
>>place privately and it might help having more on-topic discussions. What
>>do you think?
>I like it the way it is, CVS and devel discussions together. Moving
>vlc-cvs messages to another list does not encourage discussion.
>Currently vlc-cvs messages has not reached the spam level yet for me.
I must say that I agree with Jean-Paul on this matter. For me,
technical discussions and cvs are closely linked, and discussing one
without having the other doesn't make much sense. Besides, there are
already quite a lot of mailing-lists for the VideoLAN project.
But I'm not the average user or developer, so YMMV.
>On the other hand developers should be encouraged and have the
>discipline to discuss technical issues on vlc-devel list instead of
>private. Your proposal does not change that behaviour.
I also think that we should at least announce what we're working on.
It must be pretty difficult for an outsider to know what is being
done by who.
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