[arch-projects] Modified projects.archlinux.org git repo

Roman Kyrylych roman.kyrylych at gmail.com
Wed Oct 31 04:09:42 EDT 2007

2007/10/31, tardo <tardo at nagi-fanboi.net>:
> Loui wrote:
> > On 10/30/07, Simo Leone <simo at archlinux.org> wrote:
> >> Ok, you don't seem to get it.
> > No I don't see the point.
> >
> >> If someone doesn't want their full name on their commit, that's tough.
> >> From
> >> here on out, no more patches without full names on them. If you disagree
> >> with this, my delete key is far from worn out...
> > Thinking objectively I do disagree with this. I don't mind publishing
> > my own name but other contributors might. What is your reasoning
> > behind this requirement?
> >
> >> As for the history, there isn't a single other project on
> >> projects.archlinux.org that does not use full names. We've gone through
> >> the effort of rebuilding history using full names for every other
> >> project we've put up. There is no reason the AUR should be an exception.
> > It's not worth breaking existing clones to 'paint the bikeshed' as
> > they say with full names. It's just busy work. Attention is better
> > spent actually developing the AUR code rather than worrying about not
> > being able to see a contributor's full name. The AUTHORS file is a
> > great way to link those usernames with full names and emails if those
> > contributors wish to disclose that information.
> >
> > Cheers!
> >
> Personally I'm against having my full name all over the internet, which is
> why I stick to just this nick and this email. If you absolutely insist on
> using full names then please use someone else's name on my patches (I have
> no objection to that, I'll willfully sign then over in the spirit of
> FOSS).
> If you still insist on using full names from now on, let me know, I won't
> waste time writing patches.

I don't see much sense in this.
We and Google already know your name.
Hint: http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Trusted_Users#tardo ;-)

Roman Kyrylych (Роман Кирилич)

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