Re: The new Change discussion process is painful

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On Wed, 2023-09-13 at 20:07 +0200, Kevin Kofler via devel wrote:
> Adam Williamson wrote:
> > From there, it's up to people where they see and respond to them.
> But every single announcement gets a reply on the mailing list (which is not 
> properly threaded in KNode/Gmane, by the way) saying something like:
> > The discussion thread to provide feedback for this change proposal can be 
> > found here
> With this kind of wording, is it any wonder that people take that as 
> mandatory and discussion on the mailing list has almost entirely drowned 
> out? (The only Change that gets any discussion here seems to be the Plasma 6 
> one, and only because it contains a completely outrageous downstream-only 
> change hidden in the fine print, silently killing Plasma X11 support.)

No, per Matt's reply, you were right and I was wrong, the intent is to
direct discussion to Discourse. I was confused because I was just
following the process documentation (silly me!) which doesn't explain
any of this.
Adam Williamson (he/him/his)
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