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Re: 2.14 release, or GOP now (part 2)

From: Carl Sorensen
Subject: Re: 2.14 release, or GOP now (part 2)
Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2010 03:55:40 -0700

On 11/30/10 1:04 AM, "Graham Percival" <address@hidden> wrote:

> On Mon, Nov 29, 2010 at 06:37:08AM -0700, Carl Sorensen wrote:
>> What about option 0 -- try to coordinate the resources we currently have
>> available on the critical issues?
> I would like that.  I'm a bit surprised to see so many people
> talking about branching a stable/2.14 -- I don't think that would
> solve anything.  I'm willing to try it as an experiment, but I
> really doubt that having a separate branch would encourage more
> people to spend more time on critical issues.
> Instead of doubles tennis, let's play volleyball.  Let's all (or
> at least, everybody other than Joe+Neil+John) works together on an
> issue.  Instead of one person hitting the ball back, let's have
> multiple people stop the ball, set it up, and then send it back.

OK, I'm up for a volleyball game.
> However, I'm not sufficiently motivated to do it all by myself if
> lots of other people are only working on new features or
> discussing policy changes.  If they're having fun, then I want to
> have fun too.  But if there's a solid core of people doing the
> hard work of trying to fix critical issues, then I will absolutely
> be part of that group.

Me too.



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