[Gtk-sharp-list] Involvement of Gtk# community into development
Lluis Sanchez Gual
lluis at novell.com
Tue Jun 3 16:26:15 EDT 2008
El dt 03 de 06 del 2008 a les 21:05 +0200, en/na Christian Hoff va
> Hi guys,
> I'm really frustrated about Gtk#. By now I have found 4
> bugs(TreeModelFilter.ModifyFunc, broken SetValue methods, GType of
> *Adapter classes wrong, virtual methods ignored by object genratable)
> just by development. I have created patches for two of these and need
> further info to create one for the "GType of the *Adapter classes" bug.
> One patch has already made it to SVN, the other one is for a bug that
> hasn't even been assigned since more than 1 week and until now I haven't
> gotten the info I need to create the third patch.
Sorry, but there is no guaranteed time of response in open source
projects. 1 week is a reasonable amount of time for pinging the
maintainer(s) about a patch review, but not for accusing the community
of lack of involvement. Get used to it.
> I have also created a new feature for Gtk#(GObject property
> registration) and sent a patch to the mailing list 8 days ago; I didn't
> get any feedback on it.
> That all costed me hell of a lot time (about eight hours for two weeks
> just for Gtk#) to create bug reports and the new feature. I don't blame
> you that I had to do so; this is free software that lives from its
> community(and the generous support of Novell). But by ignoring the
> patches you are implicitly telling me that my work(and community efforts
> in general) are not appreciated.
> I did already write 3 posts to the mailing list and didn't get a reply;
> please prove that you can do better by commenting on this post and
> telling me what will happen to the GObject patch ;-)
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