Re: mcslang2

Hi Pavel,

On Wed, 2005-09-28 at 15:12 +0300, Pavel Tsekov wrote:
> How convenient - loose other peoples time instead of your own.

I think I've invested enough time in mc in the last year that I can
expect somebody to help me out with a subject I'm not that familiar
without having to feel ashamed. Reading the autoconf manual and
understanding all the macros will cost me hours if not days, somebody
pointing out the flaw in that patch only a couple of minutes.

> Create a crappy patch and post it so it can be fixed.

Have you found any issues apart from the one you pointed out?

If you think my patches are crappy and you feel I'm wasting your time
with them you'd better not spend your time reviewing them. That saves
you some time and me having to deal with your way of communicating.

> It is
> also convenient to not review other peoples patches because of the same
> excuses.

I told you before I have no obligations towards you, so I don't have to
excuse myself for not reviewing patches to you (or anybody for that
matter). I review patches when I feel like it, not when you feel like
it. Monday night I felt like writing a patch instead.

> Or go the Roland way - create bugs and let other people find them
> for you - use as an excuse your machine setup.

I told you before I'm not Roland, so you don't need to lecture me on
your perception on his way of conducting. Plus you sound like a broken
record and this is totally OT for this thread.


mount -t life -o ro /dev/dna /genetic/research

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