andy.betts at kde.org
Fri Nov 2 15:19:15 GMT 2018
On November 2, 2018 at 9:15:07 AM, Sven Brauch (mail at svenbrauch.de(mailto:mail at svenbrauch.de)) wrote:
> On 11/2/18 4:10 PM, Jonathan Riddell wrote:
> > Shrug, nobody on the promo team is on the list or knows what it is for
> > or who is on the list or who runs it. We don't use it. We've put a
> > lot of effort into reverting promo back to a community team after some
> > still anonymous group decided it, alone in all of KDE, could not be
> > run in a community process. We can only hope the same problem does
> > not get caused in other KDE teams. This is a final bit of tidying up
> > to make the infrastructure reflect how it works.
> Would you mind not sending an email with these contents every second day to some
> list? It gets a bit old even for me as an uninvolved bystander.
> I think everyone has understood by now that you did not like something about how
> this event you seemed to be super upset about a while ago happened, and you are
> not making anything better for anyone by being sending grumpy emails about it
> for three more months.
> Let's instead try to do something constructive. Thanks.
Thank you all for your comments. For now, let’s focus on the work and not intentions. We are better off that way. Emotional responses first only deviate the attention from the subject and make us all feel uncomfortable. That goes for all participants.
If you have anything that I can help with, ping me.
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