[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH 1/2] lavu/dict: Add new flag to allow multiple equal keys.
h.leppkes at gmail.com
Mon Mar 28 01:55:34 CEST 2016
On Mon, Mar 28, 2016 at 12:10 AM, Thilo Borgmann <thilo.borgmann at mail.de> wrote:
> Am 26.03.16 um 01:49 schrieb Hendrik Leppkes:
>> On Sat, Mar 26, 2016 at 1:12 AM, Thilo Borgmann <thilo.borgmann at mail.de> wrote:
>>>> When you go from talking about a developers concerns to just pushing,
>>>> then how else do you think someone should feel?
>>> You are again ignoring what I did and what I've written in the previous
>>> mails to explain what I did and why I did it.
>>> Basically you're just repeating that in your opinion I "just pushed". As
>>> long as you don't explain why you think that way with respect to what
>>> I've written there will be no progress in this discussion.
>>> That's a pity because we both are obviously thinking that this is an
>>> important topic. Unfortunately, I think I did what you demand - I pinged
>>> after there was a significant silence after the last review.
>>> It is on you to prove me wrong for convincing me that I made a mistake
>>> by pushing too early.
>> None of the posts in this thread are a ping, all I see is back and
>> forth between two developers.
>> A ping would generally explictily ask for further feedback after a
>> time of silence, or anything like that, I don't see that here. For all
>> I knew, you were waiting for a response from wm4 on the last mail, it
>> was only a few days ago afterall.
> Yes there was a ping and obviously at least wm4 himself thinks so, too.
> Go ahead and tell me that wm4 replying to it a minute a minute later
> has happened by chance and not because of my ping.
Did you switch to private mails in the middle of the patch review?
Because I certainly see nothing of this sort.
There is two mails from wm4, one as a response to the original mail
with the initial concerns, and one days after one of your mails, no
response within minutes anywhere from him.
>> This way, it would be clear to everyone reading, and someone else
>> might comment, instead I was thinking wm4 gave criticism, and this
>> would be hashed out before its pushed, especially since the general
>> rule is that when a developer has an issue with a patch, it shouldn't
>> be pushed until he was convinced otherwise or the patch adjusted, if
> What is exactly what has happened. From my viewpoint at least. Obviously
> wm4 and you don't think that not replying anymore leads to silent
> approval - I do. This seems to be what we are talking about.
People that don't speak up at all may approve silently (or at least
not disapprove), someone that raised issues should give an explicit
OK/Nevermind/whatever, agreeing with you or withdrawing his
complaints, there is no "silent" option there.
You seem to assume a lot about your fellow developers, maybe we can
just agree that you'll be more explicit in the future and assume less
to know what others might mean or want?
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