Re: [alpine-devel] Adélie on Alpine, two months later
Perfect example of a post hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy. I am orders of
magnitude more active on github than on patchwork, because it really,
really sucks. I'm pretty sure that I'm not the only one.
You can say whatever you want about the next version of patchwork, as
it's not yet there, and therefore might very well suck less; but please
do not infer that the not-so-active contributors wouldn't be more active
under different (in the case of patchwork - less painful) conditions.
On 7/24/2017 11:46 PM, Jean-Louis Fuchs wrote:
> Hi Jakub
> On Mon, Jul 24, 2017 at 10:46:44PM +0200, Jakub Jirutka wrote:
>> I strongly disagree that Patchwork is a great tool, at least the
>> current version we have.
> In the end the process/tools has to fit the most active commiters, not
> non-commiters like me.
> Since you are a power-user, know better then I. I am someone
> who likes "git send-email" and mailinglists. For me patchwork is more
> or less the tool that creates RESTAPI events from a patch-mailinglist
> (not in alpine though). I also use GitLab a lot and like it a lot.
> I just wanted to say that a minimalistic approach (meaning simple
> tools like git send-email + a mailinglist), is liked by a non-commiter
> like me and I know commiters in other projects who like it too.
> But as I said, the process has to be optimized for the active
> commiters. And I guess I am strange and a exception, since I prefer
> TUIs to GUIs.
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