You all suck at working on patches, my fellow Exherbo devs!
Exherbo / March 26, 2011

I originally posted this in 2011. Unfortunately, hardly any significantly changed since then. I decided to add !pd statistics this time, though: Philantrop: 557 sepek: 271 ar: 207 keruspe: 180 SardemFF7: 105 zlin: 98 compnerd: 94 sepek_: 88 SuperHeron: 67 heirecka: 53 moben: 43 mrothe: 37 woutershep: 33 pipping: 33 Bruners: 33 virkony: 30 arnej: 27 nicoo: 24 tgurr: 22 freeedrich|: 22     What really annoys me lately is the unwillingness of my fellow Exherbo core developers to act on user-contributed patches. While it’s certainly true that some patches need extensive testing and, thus, require a lot of time, there are usually a lot of trivial patches or patches that can be tested with moderate effort. Let’s look at an example: From 2a11f609e8be4f61a545112f1fceda6f8c40bfeb Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Johannes Nixdorf <mixi@user-helfen-usern.de> Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2011 16:26:59 +0100 Subject: [PATCH] revive agg in ::mixi — drizzt.graveyard | 7 ——- 1 files changed, 0 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-) diff –git a/drizzt.graveyard b/drizzt.graveyard index 98979b9..92ed79a 100644 — a/drizzt.graveyard +++ b/drizzt.graveyard @@ -287,10 +287,3 @@ www-servers/ homepage = http://nginx.net removed-by = Wulf C. Krueger <philantrop@exherbo.org> removed-from = drizzt -x11-libs/ – agg/ – :0 2.5 – description = A High Quality Rendering Engine…