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Re: [PATCH] Split of the normal mode

From: Yoshinori K. Okuji
Subject: Re: [PATCH] Split of the normal mode
Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 23:15:47 +0900
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On Wednesday 01 April 2009 22:19:00 Robert Millan wrote:
> GRUB is in dire need of an active project lead.  I'm happy to see what you
> plan to take back on that role.  Over the last few months, I tried to cover
> up for some of the work you and Marco weren't doing, like processing the
> patches nobody wanted to look at, or requesting copyright assignments. 
> TBH, it wasn't a pleasant task, and if you'll be doing it from now on, it's
> a relief for me.

Well, I don't like that so much, either. So I appreciate if you can continue 
to do that. :p

> As for reverting changes, I acknowledge you have the authority to do that,
> but it would be very harmful to the project if all sort of things started
> being reverted with no proper discussion.  When I say harmful, I mean that
> some people might end up sticking with their own private trees, which later
> can't easily be merged.  It's very important to build consensus on such
> things.
> So my suggestion is that you bring up discussion on which things you plan
> to revert.  If we can't reach consensus, you have the authority to impose
> your own view, but please try to find consensus, and be open to arguments
> that might convince your POV.
> To summarize, I approve of your decision, but I'd be very disappointed if
> all this just happens so you can revert a bunch of stuff and inmediately
> afterwards we're left with no active maintainer again.

Thank you for your comment. I fully understand what you mean. I will take 


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