On 08/06/17 17:58, Matthew Miller wrote:
On Thu, Jun 08, 2017 at 10:38:11AM -0500, Michael Cronenworth wrote:
> Normally I ignore any Modularity discussion. It doesn't interest me,
> and it doesn't affect any projects I work on. It's my own fault that
> this change, which does affect me, was not on my radar. I'm not
> looking to stop the change but only express my concern about the
> lack of marketing and lack of documentation.
Thanks. Communication is hard. Have you seen the stuff at
Speaking for myself I came across that the other day and got as far as
clicking through to the documentation page and seeing that just the
contents was about four screens long and gave up at that point as it's
not something I have much interest in anyway.
Something similar happened in regard to the specific issue here when
comment was invited on the arbitrary branching stuff before Fesco
discussed it in that I clicked through to the document and found it was
a long and detailed list of steps the sysadmins would need to take to
roll it out rather than an explanation of what it meant for end users
and gave up at that point on trying to understand what it meant beyond
moving from pkgdb to pagure over dist-git.
Tom Hughes (tom(a)compton.nu)