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From Kurt Werle <kwe...@pobox.com>
Subject Re: recent patches
Date Wed, 11 Sep 2002 17:37:57 GMT
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.

> 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.

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