[zeromq-dev] 0MQ/3.0, 0MQ/4.0 and 0MQ process
martin at lucina.net
Mon Oct 31 00:06:49 CET 2011
mikko.koppanen at gmail.com said:
> I'm not an expert in the field but I would like to chip in on this.
> The github interface is a just a convenience on top pull requests and
> provides things like syntax highlighted diffs, shows whether the
> commit merges cleanly, allows commenting etc.
> If the problem with the interface is that it's not visible to users on
> mailing-lists, we can most probably use github API to send an email to
> mailing-lists when a new pull request is opened. I like the github
> interface a lot and would like to see us using it more.
Sure, but then you still must have a github account to comment or
apply/reject the pull request. So people not on Github cannot contribute,
unlike the "pull request is an email" model.
I guess it's the lock-in factor that annoys me personally, but then I'm
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