[Talk-GB] liam123's latest
richard.mann.westoxford at googlemail.com
Sat Sep 19 18:24:57 BST 2009
I'm not entirely convinced Dave read my posting, because it wasn't a metric
(but no matter).
When I tidy up after my children, I just put the bits back in the box, I
don't try to undo every single move they made in reverse order. And it's a
lot easier if the pieces from different jigsaw puzzles don't get mixed up.
Now it may be that it's difficult to distinguish between the batch-edit that
is reverting a changeset and any other type of edit. Fair enough. But if
we're finding that separating jigsaws is impractical, then maybe trying to
keep them separate would be a sensible step to consider, while we're waiting
for the magic jigsaw-separator to arrive?
On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 6:03 PM, Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org> wrote:
> Dave Stubbs wrote:
> > The problem needs fixing with better tools for sorting out mess, not
> > more weird and wonderful metrics for getting in people's way.
> Whenever a vandal pops up, we have tons of people coming up with tons of
> cool measures to shoot oneself in the foot, and if they had their way
> then the damage done by these measures would far outweigh anything
> vandals have done until now.
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