Australian representative?

Karl-Heinz Zimmer khz at
Tue Jul 15 22:36:45 BST 2003

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On Tuesday 15 July 2003 20:10, Michael Matz wrote:
> Hi,
> On Tue, 15 Jul 2003, Karl-Heinz Zimmer wrote:
> > I strongly suggest you to think at least _twice_ about what is
> > implied with such a position!
> >
> > In my opinion you are not qualified to speak for KDE - nor for
> > Australia neither for Oceania.
> You are aware that you are answering Don Sanders, not Daniel Stone,
> aren't you?

That's correct.

> In that case I think you're wrong,

I accept that you think differently than I do but still my opinion
is the same.

> and plead you to not drag any kmail based animosities into
> kde-core-devel.

OK, I might be wrong of course but I was not trying to "drag kmail
based animosities" into this list but I was addressing the way Don 
behaved because this _is_ on topic when thinking about him becoming
KDE representive: That this behaviour first showed up on the KMail
list does not matter very much.

IMhO the KMail story clearly showed that Don doesn't qualify for a
position like an official KDE representive and so I propose to better
let there be no KDE representive for Australia at all than him.

IMO it doesn't matter which project was the reason for Don to
demonstrate his way of interacting: it is enough that he did it
and that we know his style now - no need to give him a chance to
make a fool of KDE as its official representive.

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