Re: CFD: email@example.com (was [PATCH] Standard indentationof arguments)
From: Rene Herman
Date: Wed May 21 2008 - 16:36:09 EST
On 21-05-08 21:45, Theodore Tso wrote:
(But if they are getting their patches ripped apart during the code
review, and that's causing them to lose face inside their company,
that's a different problem.)
Yes. Their company's problem. I must say I'm getting rather sick of this
hiding behind culture. Does anyone think it's good for _anyone_ from any
culture to be publicly called upon their mistakes? Public is simply what
this development is and what makes it different from other types.
People who can't deal with it either grow up, go away or better still,
try their damndest to minimise mistakes to avoid the experience in the
first place. That last one in fact is one of the fundamental reason why
open source works.
Do feel free to call me a culturally insensitive clod -- I'll wear the
badge with pride...
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