Re: Enter the build sheriff: Jacob.

On Thu, Mar 14, 2002 at 04:45:04AM -0800, Seth Nickell wrote:
> > 
> >   I did not update the HACKING file. I want to retain controle of
> > my module. I want to receive a message with explanations before something
> > get changed in my module.
> Always great to see a team player. That's why GNOME's so great, unlike
> silly corporate beauracracies, everyone in GNOME is trying to do what's
> best for GNOME rather than optimizing their own little module at the
> expense of the desktop as a whole. Go GNOME!

That's really uncalled for. Daniel's care and effort on behalf of "the
team" cannot possibly be questioned. GNOME benefits greatly by having
XML/XSLT libraries that are widely used beyond our project, on many
different platforms. You may not be persuaded by Daniel's argument
as to why that places special requirements on his builds, and why he
therefore doesn't want to grant build sheriffs access to his
module. But even if you disagree with him on that point, insinuating
that he is not a team player is a cheap shot.



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