What not to do in your open source projects | Opensource.com


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  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Linus Torvalds lashes devs who ‘screw all the rules and processes’ and send him ‘crap’
    You’re on the sh*t-list and will be shouted at, says Linus as he gives the world Linux 4.11 rc1

    Linux 4.11′s first release candidate has been released, but not without a little friction after Linus Torvalds railed at the quality of some code sent his way during the merge process for the new update to the platform.

    Torvalds has a few gripes, writing that “if you cannot follow the simple merge window rules (this whole two-week merge window and linux-next process has been in place over a decade), at least make the end result look good. Make it all look easy and problem-free. Make it look like you know what you’re doing, and make damn sure the code was tested exhaustively some other way.”

    “Saying ‘screw all the rules and processes we have in place to verify things’, and then sending me crap that doesn’t even build for me is _not_ acceptable.”


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