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Re: Documentation generation patch

From: Tomasz Gajewski
Subject: Re: Documentation generation patch
Date: Tue, 11 May 2004 08:49:23 +0200
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"Alfred M. Szmidt" <address@hidden> writes:

> You shouldn't expect anything, Hurd/L4 is a oluenteer project, like
> most Free Software and GNU projects.  We do this in our spare time.
> A tip is to ping your suggestion/patch a couple of times, and maybe
> someone will find you annoying enough to look at it. :) And I might
> add that this is a good start.

Don't you think that what you're saying is not ok? I don't want to be
annoying for anybody. I don't want to use my spare time for fighting
with you guys to be listened.

I think there should be at least one of you who should take on himself
a task of receiving incoming patches and approving or refusing
them. It wouldn't have to be next working day. Even a few weeks for a
response would be acceptable.

You talk about about your spare time, but from the other side you want
this project to behave as well as possible (at least I assume
this). And without some regard for spare time of patch writers they
will not be staying with this project. I think I saw some of you
talking that "help is appreciated" but you seem to don't want to
accept it.

Tomasz Gajewski

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