[development] FAQ: Why is Drupal still using CVS when X is a much better choice?
drupal-devel at webchick.net
Fri Aug 1 16:31:29 UTC 2008
Sean Burlington wrote:
>>> is it intentional that comments are disabled on that page???
>> Yes. Absolutely, completely and utterly intentional. We do not need to
>> re-hash this discussion in the handbooks. Let's get our ya-ya's out
>> here and then document it there for posterity.
> sigh... Drupal seems like such a closed shop..
> denying comment just adds to the impression
> Even if the discussion wasn't useful - why prevent it?!
I'm not denying discussion. Discussion can happen here on the mailing
list (as it has, very healthily so), in the issue tracking/revision
control groups on groups.drupal.org (which is a great place for
interested people to collaborate on fixing this), or in the
Documentation issue queue (if you feel there are errors/omissions -- or
just join the docs team and you can fix them yourself:
The referenced node is a piece of *documentation*. Discussion does not
belong within a piece of documentation, especially not THIS piece of
documentation whose sole purpose is to aggregate all the various
discussions that have happened over the years.
> and without a response to Adrian's question I doubt anyone will put in
> the effort ... and this discussion will come up again.
Yes, that's probably true. I don't think this thread is done yet. :)
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