[arch-haskell] State of Affairs: Summarizing 83 days worth of experience

Magnus Therning magnus at therning.org
Sun Jan 9 20:42:02 CET 2011

On 09/01/11 17:34, Magnus Therning wrote:
>>     For instance, we develop patches for the ArchLinux library, and when
>>     they're ready, we throw them away, because we realize way too late
>>     that we don't like what they do.
> I don't think this is that common in FOSS when people work on their own
> without telling people what they are doing.

What I meant to write was that I don't think this is UNcommon in FOSS when
people work on their own without telling others what they are doing.

I'd also like to add that I personally try to avoid this issue by raising
bugs/issues for just about anything I'm doing.  This is just the way *I*
like to work; I find it natural.  I'm not religious about it though.


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