[development] Should it go in core?

robert crowther r.crowther at zen.co.uk
Sat Aug 22 09:36:11 UTC 2009


Oh, as you said, I thought it was question answered. I don't like rules
either, in my case, because they lead to,

"If I might refer you to Drupal regulation 64.para7HZ(b). And don't post
again without a search."

Blatantly unconstructive and exclusive.

I think I was puzzled - how can anyone discuss such things without
breadth of argument - when people are pouring their heart and time into
core? And on the dev list?

Ryan, cheers for the links! 'Low resource demands' 'a slim, powerful
core' - that's an answer right there for many.

Karoly - well, I'll take you up, but not today. Anyhow, if I went for
anything, I'd go for documentation - I've got a keen interest in Drupal
and that.

On Sat, 2009-08-22 at 00:33 -0700, Karoly Negyesi wrote:
> Hi,
> you might think I was impolite, harsh or something. No. I am just
> terribly uninterested in any discussion which sets rules for those who
> work on things when there is always a lack of these people. Come, work
> with us on core and THEN try to set up rules. You wont try then, I
> bet. There is a virtual code sprint today actually, come to IRC, there
> is work enough for everyone.
> Regards
> NK

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