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From josh lucas <j...@stonecottage.com>
Subject Re: recent patches
Date Wed, 11 Sep 2002 19:25:11 GMT
On Wednesday, September 11, 2002, at 10:37 AM, Kurt Werle wrote:

> On Wednesday, September 11, 2002, at 10:26 AM, josh lucas wrote:
>
>> On Wednesday, September 11, 2002, at 08:02 AM, Kurt Werle wrote:
>>
>>>> Guys, I have to say I am mystified and irritated.  My interceptors 
>>>> patch has
>>>> been around for over a year.
>>> ...
>>>
>>> I joined this list to skulk about and see what's going on with 
>>> xmlrpc.  Mostly because it seems to be sitting around and rotting.  
>>> I'm wondering why someone doesn't grab it and move it to Sourceforge 
>>> where folks can make useful contributions and it won't stagnate.
>>>
>>> Just a thought.
>>
>> I fail to see how moving the code to Sourceforge will help.
>
> Sourceforge seems to me to be much more open to peer contribution than 
> apache projects ever have.  Apache projects have always seemed to be 
> good ole boys network.

Umm..  no.

>
>> I will try and reacquaint myself with the code and see what I can do 
>> to help with getting those patches in..
>
> Exactly my point.  If, for example, I was running the xmlrpc project on 
> SF, and Aaron had contributed his patch there, I'd have invited him to 
> join the dev team and submit the patches directly.
>
> Not that I have any intention of doing the above - I'm happy to be an 
> xmlrpc user.  I think that the interceptor stuff looks very 
> interesting, and would probably have helped my current project out, but 
> I didn't know about it until I came sniffing around.  That such useful 
> code has been left out for about a year is a real let-down.
>

Fair enough.  As I said, I'll reacquaint myself with the code and we'll 
go from there.


josh


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