On Sun, Aug 2, 2009 at 11:05 PM, Jaroslav Lichtblau email@example.com:
On Sun, Aug 02, 2009 at 10:22:16PM +0200, Laszlo Papp wrote:
On Sun, Aug 2, 2009 at 9:45 PM, Mateusz Herych firstname.lastname@example.org
I see many of your vim-* packages has the same voters: alephlg, Gaboo, raron, zsomi, Suicidium, rhen Let's look into their IDs..
alephlg - 16066 Gaboo - 16077 raron - 16081 zsomi - 16070 Suicidium - 16075 rhen - 16080
Does it mean these accounts were registered in the same time? If so, that looks a bit strange for me. Could you explain it? Maybe i'm wrong.
As I said similarly earlier:
I took an advertisment in vim channel on freenode, and among work
and friends, familiars. Something similar, "More vim plugins are
in AUR, you can try it, if you feel so". It's true I've got so much VIM
friends, colleague, familiars in the real life, and on the internet too. Maybe this is the reason.
Are all those friends of your also running Arch Linux? The names of the voters do not change much and also voted on packages you proposed to bring into [community] repository - reaching the 10 votes limit. Did you advertised those packages too to them?
Yeah, but I adopted quite a few from those packages. I see packages from those with 2/9/15/17/27/62 votes too. I didn't follow really who voted or who didn't. But I can see one thing, embedded development and related packages are needed by some people, I started to deal with those packages because of this, and because I use those ones too.
I didn't take deeper researching in this matter, who voted for those package, or who didn't, because I think it's their private decision to
for a package or not, so i didn't asked them. I keep in respect their decision. But I always vote for my packages :)
Nevertheless I've disowned most of the vim related packages, because I'd like to deal with embedded development packages better.
Not that keeping those vim plugins would take much work, they don't change that offen to my knowledge.
Not so much work, but sometimes it can be hard. I've seen already that It changed after an updating from a simple script plugin, file to a more complicated package, with other handling, e.g. vimballed and sometimes the new update is buggy firstly. But the real reason is I'd like provide embedded development related packages more than vim packages.
I won't be very active tomorrow in the daytime, but I will reply for all your questions at evening.
Best Regards, Laszlo Papp
Thanks for all those quick answers, that keeps the discussion swift.
-- When devfs went into the tree, the word was "at least it will make people look at the code". Well, it did. Veni, vidi, vomere.
- Al Viro on linux-kernel
No problem, just ask me :)
Best Regards, Laszlo Papp