Incidents, once in a while
aseigo at kde.org
Thu Sep 2 00:37:06 BST 2004
On September 1, 2004 15:39, Frans Englich wrote:
> You, Aaron, and Kurt Pfeifle have explicitly expressed they don't like what
> I do.
speaking only for myself: i like what you do, i just don't agree with HOW you
do it. you have a great amount of energy and drive. that's awesome. KDE needs
people like that. you also tend to ram around doing your own thing causing
problems. KDE does not need people like that.
> previous projects are ignored,
they are evaluated and discussed. when people ignore this process it creates
tension and decisions must be made. two HIGs are not an option; having four
KControl implementations means eventually picking ONE. it's true that "those
who code make the rules" but if those rules suck, we need to be able to
collectively say "no" or "yes". KDE is controlled chaos, not disarray.
> said to be deleted without explaining why, if
it was explained why. you just have a very efficient filter that blocks out
anything you don't want to hear. i've run into it numerous times, and that
was what pissed me off to the point of pulling out the <blunt> tags.
> people insults,
let me apologize: i'm sorry i offended you. and i mean that.
i've responded to other bits and pieces of this thread in my blog for anyone
who cares to read it.
Aaron J. Seigo
Society is Geometric
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