Pain points in Git's patch flow

dwh at dwh at
Sat May 8 12:10:11 AEST 2021

On 19.04.2021 18:00, Konstantin Ryabitsev wrote:
>I view email as merely one way of exchanging RFC2822-formatted messages.
>There are others and RFC2822 is robust enough to serve as a good standard
>base that allows both free-form and structured content, including mixed.

+1 on RFC2822 as universal message format. It is simple, easy to
understand, trivial to manipulate in any programming language and widely
supported. Standard file formats, along with standard protocols, both
without "proprietary extensinos" is the key to maintaining
decentralization and avoiding siloing of data and users.


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