Incidents, once in a while

Alexander Neundorf neundorf at
Wed Sep 1 21:23:23 BST 2004

On Wednesday 01 September 2004 22:13, Frans Englich wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm posting this because I think it's healthy if this conflict is reviewed
> by the community's wide audience. I think criticism and inspection is good.
> Further, I'm stuck and don't know how to continue.
> The common denominator in Aaron's statements isn't "I think it can be done
> in a better way because <motivation>, and I suggest instead <alternative
> solution>. Feedback appreciated," but it is instead... insults. They are
> not productive or constructive because they concern that people are bad,
> are not wanted and hurts KDE, instead of discussing issues and matters(and
> their drawbacks). No matter what way one turn it, it is unstrategic.
> Why do Aaron react as he do? I have my theories, but I think they wouldn't
> help.

KDE lives from the people who start doing actual work instead of only talking. 
AFAIK Aaron behaves usually very sensible, maybe you two just have a problem 
understanding each other.
That said, I hope you can find a consense and both continue improving KDE :-)
Maybe you should in some way elect a maintainer of the HIG and give him the 
final word on decisions.

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