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Getting the right kind of contributions

Getting the right kind of contributions

Posted May 29, 2008 8:50 UTC (Thu) by Los__D (guest, #15263)
In reply to: Getting the right kind of contributions by nix
Parent article: Getting the right kind of contributions

I do think that if one is already changing a line which is incorrectly laid out then there's no point in _leaving_ it incorrect. There's no downside to fixing it. That being said, it's often sorely tempting to go hunting down nearby sillinesses. I succumb to that temptation and usually won't complain when others do also, up to a point.

-- Andrew Morton (Shamelessly stolen from Kerneltrap's quotes)


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