Not sure, who shared this link with me, but this is really awesome thing to read and think about
@alexcleac This seems very not thought through. There’s very good reasons to reject a patch that improves one thing but is otherwise not in a good shape. Nothing is as permanent as a temporary hack, and once it works, the incentive to work on a better version isn’t there anymore. Yet the author claims every patch should be accepted unless it violates well-documented requirements. Even saying coding style should not be followed! I think this author never worked on larger projects in a large team.
@js I agree, but those requirements must be explicit and visible for any possible contributor
Redrafted: fixed typo, replying with phone 😅
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