eliot.miranda at gmail.com
Wed Apr 30 10:28:38 EDT 2014
On Apr 30, 2014, at 6:42 AM, Marcus Denker <marcus.denker at inria.fr> wrote:
> On 29 Apr 2014, at 16:13, Eliot Miranda <eliot.miranda at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Marcus,
>> On Apr 29, 2014, at 6:31 AM, Marcus Denker <marcus.denker at inria.fr> wrote:
>>> On 29 Apr 2014, at 15:29, Eliot Miranda <eliot.miranda at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Without any information on what has been changed these GitHub messages are almost pure noise. It's more than tedious to expect someone to follow the link to get more info. Can the system not include at least the commit comment?
>>> There are two mails:
>>> 1) useless
>>> 2) it has *everything*
>>> -> changed methods and classes
>>> -> commit comments
>>> -> Link to get the diffs very nicely formatted.
>>> Sadly we did not find a way to turn of this one useless mail. There is sadly no option.
>> So who develops github?
> Github inc.
> they have now >10 million repositories. got 100mill funding in 2012…
>> Are they willing to provide a third option?
> Unlikely, considering the scale of the operation.
Surely that's completely backwards. If they have 100mil (lira?) per year to spend they have the resources to improve their product. Do they have a feedback channel through which you could ask? Why don't you ask them?
>> Another potential solution would be to direct the full commit to a server that filters/edits down the full messages and resends.
> Yes, I was thinking about that… but who has the time?
Right. We should just wallow in depression. Killing myself takes too much effort.
>> Personally I'd like to keep up with the GitHub commits through email but right now I just delete them. I could filter them out but that's no better. :-(
>>>> Eliot (phone)
>>>> On Apr 29, 2014, at 4:12 AM, GitHub <noreply at github.com> wrote:
>>>>> Branch: refs/tags/30843
>>>>> Home: https://github.com/pharo-project/pharo-core
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