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Shlomi Fish shlomif at iglu.org.il
Fri Sep 12 18:36:50 UTC 2008

On Friday 12 September 2008, Jerome Quelin wrote:
> On 08/09/12 16:03 +0300, Shlomi Fish wrote:
> > > > I'm willing to take Chris's Template Toolkit-based code, inspect it
> > > > and port it to Mandriva. Does anyone else want to help?
> > >
> > > i don't know tt.
> >
> > TT is not that hard to learn.
> i know the basis of tt, and agree it's not that hard. however, i'm not
> interested in this topic. but i'm not against using it - i just won't
> spend my time on working on tt-related code. so if you guys want to base
> the efforts on tt, i don't mind. but do'nt count on me to a) make it
> happen or b) fix things in it afterwards.

OK. :-S

> > > so please do whatever you want. my goal is to have
> > > mandriva rpms for the perl packages that i want. whatever the way they
> > > are produced, as long as they are technically ok, i don't care. i'm
> > > ready to help on some parts, not on some others (the templating
> > > system).
> >
> > Well, if we get CPANPLUS::Dist::Rpm working and also
> > CPANPLUS::Dist::Rpm::Mdv, then we'll also need you to transfer ownership
> > for CPANPLUS::Dist::Mdv to us, so we'll be able to supply a
> > CPANPLUS::Dist::Mdv class.
> once again, if people want to work on cpanplus::dist::rpm and integrate
> fedora, mandriva, centos, rhes, and what else, i'm all for it. remember:
> i only created it in the first time because there was nothing else.


> and if the effort leads to some code / distribution which is better than
> cpanplus::dist::mdv [0], then i'm more than willing to transfer
> ownership. but currently, i'm not seeing a lot of work beside taking my
> module and changing the template to adapt it for fedora... oh, and some
> Capitalization Done Right (supposedly).


> [0] maybe the proper name would be cpanplus::dist::mandriva, and ::mdv
> should be left to bitrot.

CPANPLUS::Dist::Mandriva is longer than CPANPLUS::Dist::Mdv, OTOH.

> > > but once again, screaming against my code 'cause it's not properly
> > > capitalized, and then, saying that i should be left out of this because
> > > of that, without even asking me if i could use uppercase, is... maybe
> > > not the best way to gather enthusiasm from people - and i'm not even
> > > speaking of *my* enthusiasm.
> >
> > I'm sorry again. Would you care enough to use proper Capitalisation in
> > your code from now on?
> no. i'm providing proper capitalization where it is important: in the
> pod and what the user will see (readme, etc.) but in my comments, in my
> code, i'm free to do whatever i want. and i don't want to capitalize,
> because i don't like it. if you send me some patches to fix
> capitalization, i will apply them - but don't count on me to write with
> upper case.


> i don't even understand why it bothers you that much... does it make
> your eyes hurt when you read a sentence without capitalization?  :-)
> do you also realize that time spent ranting on this aspect of my code
> would be better spent actually writing code?

Never mind then.


	Shlomi Fish

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