[rspec-users] Time for seperate cucumber mailing list?
aslak.hellesoy at gmail.com
Sat Jan 17 10:11:42 EST 2009
On Sat, Jan 17, 2009 at 2:21 PM, Kero van Gelder <kero at chello.nl> wrote:
> >> Because traffic is increasing
> That's a bad reason to split a list.
> >> Because cucumber really is a seperate mature topic now.
> > Good point. Can any newbies to the scene comment if this is confusing?
> It is mature.
> But is it separate?
> >> Because rspec overlap is getting smaller (relatively)
> > Meh. I don't know about that. These are two tools I use every day to
> > drive out changes to my code. I'm still learning when is the right time
> > to use each one, and it varies a lot, so for me there's still
> > significant overlap in terms of the people I want to share ideas with.
> Most interesting (imho) discussions on this list are about the larger
> "Individuals and interaction over process and tools"
> splitting a mailing list reduces interaction ;)
> And isn't it wonderful how a question about regexps triggers a team
> to standardize their language? Too bad if you miss that because the thread
> was on the other mailling list...
> I skip the Rails questions, mostly; but questions about too often needing
> "Given I am logged in as XYZ with roles A B C"
> contribute to discussions about GivenScenario and nested steps, i.e.
> helps driving the direction of our tools.
> (meaning that I could argue that rails related stuff should go to its
> own mailing list, but that I will not argue that; use delete-thread
> in your favorite mail progam instead.)
> I'd rather see people using topics like
> [Rails] my models and viewers are out of control!
> [Cucumber] I can not heckle the pickles
> [spec] it should do
> to allow people to filter automagically what they are not interested in.
> A little bit of discipline that should come easily when you wonder the
> entire day about the best specs and stories, and variable names, no?
Excellent suggestion, I endorse this idea.
Please start prefixing your questions:
[Webrat] (Webrat also has a separate mailing list)
[Rails] (Rails has tons of other forums too - please only ask here if it's
RSpec or Cucumber related)
[OT] (Off topic)
or if your post is about several topics, for example:
I agree it's better to keep everything on this list to keep the big picture.
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