On Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 7:36 AM, Johan Rydberg email@example.com:
On 7/1/11 6:08 PM, Itamar Turner-Trauring wrote:
In order to have at least some anecdotal evidence --
I've had some patched rejected, probably on sound basis. But the experience always leave you with a feeling that you got stabbed.
Yes, this is terrible. How can we fix it?
Sometimes it _is_ be better to get some basic functionality in place, instead of arguing about how things should be done "the right way".
From time to time you find a ticket that you want fixed, and start working on it, but end up never submitting it since you already know that even if it fixes the problem it will be shot down, since it doesn't do it this or that way.
Well, I think everyone would agree that a system where it's easier to pick up such a half-finished thing that just needs some love would be better, regardless of whether that unfinished work should go into twisted or not. Right?