haeckel at kde.org
Wed Sep 18 16:06:34 BST 2002
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On Wednesday 18 September 2002 10:18, Don Sanders wrote:
> Just saying I'm allowed to fork is not sufficient action for me to
> consider my offer accepted.
> I don't consider my offer accepted until the KMail2 package and its
> dependencies have been accepted into cvs, preferable into kde-pim so
> that I can work on it, that's what I mean by "work on KMail2".
You didn't say this in your initial mail. Anyway you know yourself, that I
can't offer this to you.
> It seems we can't come to an agreement regarding my zero-copy parsing
> patch, and I consider that a fix for a grave bug and a security flaw
> and a patch that merits a fork if it is not accepted.
> Now many people have asked that I wait until KDE 3.1 is released
> before I fork proper so that's what I would like to do, wait until
> KDE 3.1 is released.
Again: I don't care about your fork. Do what you like.
However I don't accept this for the maintainer discussion. You change your
opinion daily. Yesterday you said you want to have this issue resolved within
a week. If this is delayed again, even more time is wasted in further such
Well, you promised to not make any changes to KMail/HEAD until this is
resolved, but you already broke your last promise which was to not commit any
changes to KMail/HEAD that are against general agreement with your about box
change. Therefore I don't trust you.
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