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From "David Graham" <>
Subject Re: all this traffic
Date Fri, 27 Sep 2002 15:27:44 GMT
Agreed, but it's frustrating when you submit a patch or documentation and 
its not applied or responded to.  It seems like they can get lost in the 


>From: Eddie Bush <>
>Reply-To: "Struts Users Mailing List" <>
>To: Struts Users Mailing List <>
>Subject: Re: all this traffic
>Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 10:20:48 -0500
>Don't take this wrong :-)
>This is "open-source".  If you find something lacking, you are free to 
>contribute to it's betterment!  Bugzilla does not discriminate on any 
>basis, so everyone can submit patches.  Also, there's nothing stopping 
>someone who wants to compile messages under some index from doing so -- and 
>submitting that to the committers as a contribution :-) (through Bugzilla - 
>use Bugzilla for anything you want to be submitted for inclusion -- no 
>matter how small or large.  If you are patching something, it is 
>best-practice to submit a "diff -u" as an attachment to the bug)
>adam kramer wrote:
>>There's seems to be alot of resistance to any sort of suggestion that
>>might create better documentation and useability of Struts.
>>Rather than telling people they have bad management skills, the obvious
>>thing to do would be to actually listen and try to find solutions. There
>>are lots of messages like Jonas's and there seems to be a core of people
>>who are unwilling to listen or to change; it's like a chorus of people
>>complaining about a bad interface and a group of developers just saying
>>"get used to it buddy, always has been always will!"
>>just an oh so humble suggestion.
>>-adam k.
>Eddie Bush
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