otp in passmenu
gildasiojunior at riseup.net
Thu Apr 15 11:41:17 UTC 2021
Yeah, thanks Kenny for made me clear. By "demand" I mean something like
"I would like this" not "I want this in my desk tonight".
My main purpose with the original message was to understand why the
Alessandro's patch wasn't more discussed/merged and receive feedbacks to
made my patch better.
I like the fork idea, maybe I'll do something like this (actually just
this patch I'm thinking now).
On Sun, Apr 11, 2021 at 03:58:22PM -0400, Kenny Evitt wrote:
> I suspect Gildásio used "demand" but meant "request". Nothing else in their
> email implies that they're 'demanding' anything from Jason, the maintainer,
> or anyone else.
> I think it might be reasonable for people to seriously consider forking
> Pass. No one's obligated to do anything. But no one's obligated to refrain
> from changing Pass, or refrain from sharing those changes either.
> (I'd strongly suggest picking a new distinctive name, or at least a
> distinctive variation on "pass" or "password store".)
> I suspect Jason considers Pass mostly complete as-is. And that's fine! I
> mostly agree with that myself. My own previous patches were never accepted,
> and Jason had good reasons for doing so.
> But it's frustrating not having patches accepted, or running one's own
> custom private 'fork'. If people want to make changes useful to them, and
> share those changes with others, then a fork could make sense. (It's a lot
> of work tho!)
> On Sun, Apr 11, 2021 at 10:07 AM Jonas Kalderstam <
> jonas at cowboyprogrammer.org> wrote:
> > On 9 April 2021 04:09:03 CEST, "Gildásio Júnior" <
> > gildasiojunior at riseup.net> wrote:
> > >I have the same demand as Alessandro Accardo mentioned in Sep 2018 .
> > >He submited a patch, receive a feedback, updated it and I couldn't see
> > >any other new feedback.
> > I wouldn't expect much in terms of a reply when you have "demands" on
> > people working for free in their spare time..
> > >PS: I didn't have experience contribut with git patches by email. So
> > >please let me know if I did something wrong and how can get the right
> > >path.
> > See https://git-send-email.io for an excellent guide to git and email.
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