[arch-dev-public] [PATCH] initscripts: Add a splash support

Dan McGee dpmcgee at gmail.com
Sun Nov 4 09:33:32 EST 2007

On Nov 4, 2007 7:43 AM, Thomas Bächler <thomas at archlinux.org> wrote:
> Daniel Isenmann schrieb:
> > Just opening a branch that CAN be merged later
> > despite the concerns of others isn't right. I know, you can delete this
> > branch, if it isn't merged later, but I think we are a team and have
> > discuss and decide several things together.
> So, you suggest we should post one patch after the other to the list,
> making the review a pain in the ass. Adding a branch is just a
> convenient way to collect the work that has been done and show results
> to others, so they can actually view what is being suggested (which I
> assume most of you haven't done).

Daniel- I suggest you read up on GIT before you blow Thomas away with
invalid accusations. Branches aren't a big deal in GIT, so calm down.
Creating a branch doesn't mean anything is getting done anywhere else.
Creating a branch is not a "team" decision at all- that is just
retarded and would prevent any progress at all on anything we do. NOT
creating a branch would be the stupid thing to do here- people get
unmotivated to ever submit patches like this again if they just end up
in the black hole of politics and bickering.


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