16 Sep 2011 cdfrey   » (Journeyer)

    ryuslash wrote:
      Anyway, the reason that I have found this is that I'd really like to comment on certain people's posts, but I don't want to fill up the recentlog with these replies. Only the people interested in the original post would want to know about any discussion about that post, I would think.

    Actually, this is totally the wrong logic for Advogato. :-) If it is about Free Software, then assume that everyone is interested, and comment away. If it is even remotely linked to Free Software, you can assume the same. And if someone has already posted something to the recentlog, then responding to it in the recentlog is definitely fair game.

    It is helpful if you include a link back to the post you are replying to, though.

    As for features, I don't know StevenRainwater's patch queue process, so he should answer that. But I did add some comments to that particular article concerning features that I think would improve the recentlog threading.

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