[PATCH] D24167: Moving to GitHub - Unified Proposal

Justin Lebar via llvm-commits llvm-commits at lists.llvm.org
Fri Sep 2 14:00:08 PDT 2016

jlebar added a comment.

Thanks a lot for the apology, Chris.

> If you would prefer to follow the format of the CA voter's guide I'd feel way more comfortable with this. The idea of providing a dedicated space for arguments and rebuttals that are clearly labeled as the opinions of a person or group of people is not objectionable to me. I object to the intermingling of opinion and fact that blurs the lines between the two.

I am 100% onboard with this.  In fact, it's what I was trying to get at in the first place when I wrote:

> I think we could agree on a section that lays out the monorepo and multirepo proposals in a dry way, explaining what each looks like. Then we could have the "why monorepo" and "why multirepo" sections. Finally we could have the workflow comparison.


> I also don't like the half-advocacy position taken in parts of this document, particularly "one or many repositories?" When I revised Mehdi's proposal, I structured it more like you suggested, being explicit when we're advocating for one side or the other.

If you're amenable, I'm actually kind of interested in doing a postmortem (offline) to figure out how I could have communicated that better.  Would have saved us both some grief, I think.  In any case I'm really sorry for getting you worked up over something we agree on.  And I greatly appreciate your apology.  I too will try to stay a bit more calm.  :)


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