Why deleting stuff without putting replacements? e.g. trunk/www/sites/www/people/
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Wed Mar 10 21:55:43 UTC 2010
A Dimecres, 10 de març de 2010, Mark Ziegler va escriure:
> Am 07.03.2010 um 15:17 schrieb Albert Astals Cid:
> > A Diumenge, 7 de març de 2010, Mark Ziegler va escriure:
> >> Just found that commit
> >> http://websvn.kde.org/?view=revision&revision=1087458 killed many files.
> >> Why the hell do some www newbies just ignore open issues?
> >> See https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=210302
> >> "Please do not delete it without announcing it.
> >> Many people, specially from asia and middle east, are proud to be listed
> >> here. It is a nice list and impressive list and quickly shows how many
> >> people are contributing to KDE."
> >> I am really sad (and pissed off)!
> > Calm down dude, calling people newbie is not going to improve anything.
> > I agree that it is good that some people wants the badge of being a
> > contributor and i also agree it's impossible to maintain.
> > So if we want to have that kind of page i think the only real viable way
> > is extracting the info from svn commits/accounts.
> Specially the translators rarely haven an svn account.
> They forward their work to an team captain.
Being like i am the translations coordinator i think i know that :D
Besides for the same reason of accountability/quick way of getting obsolete we
decided to remove the team members part of l10n.kde.org pages.
See  for more details.
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