On Jan 09, 2011, at 08:34 PM, Andreas Röhler wrote:
>with respect to bug-fixing discussions last days it
>might be useful to reflect some rules in order to avoid
>If several developers join interest in a solution, it's
>fine. However, different persons tend to harbour
>different opinions, that's normal.
>So how to make decisions then?
To be honest, we're such a small project that I'd opt for less bureaucracy and
more consensus. I think we'll probably end up agreeing 90% of the time, with
another 9% where only one person cares. :) In the rare case of disagreement,
let's bring the discussion to the mailing list and try to find common ground.
If we can't then, to the effect that you still trust me to break the tie, I'm
happy to do so.
>Happy to see things developing fast last days, what's
>great. Just makes it worthwhile to address upcoming
Yes, it is fantastic all the work you've done and it's great to see Georg
getting active too. Makes up for all the slacking I've done lately. :)