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Re: ams-before-putsch

From: Alfred M. Szmidt
Subject: Re: ams-before-putsch
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2005 15:24:47 +0100

   You said to me that you hadn't committed anything; so what
   revisions have been tagged?

Marcus tagged code that hadn't changed, so that he could `roll back'
things if I commited anything.  If I was to go forth with say
rewamping IPC performance or something, then a tag might be useful,
but for a bunch of silly bug fixes... I find that insulting.

   Anyone can create a tag which will help them keep track of the
   source code, for whatever purpose they wish.  There, I've made an
   Executive Decision.

Okie, then I create a tag called marcus-is-a-nincompoop. (it is a
joke, a bad one)

   That said, I do think that Marcus should choose a name which you do
   not find hurtful.

I think he should not choose any name at all, since there is no need
to tag anything.  The amount of changes to GNU Mach 1.x is
staggering... So staggering that you can't follow the commit-hurd list
and roll back single patches.

Speaking of which, commit-hurd seems broken.

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