Quo vadis kde.org? - THREAD ENDED, mail me private
cullmann at babylon2k.de
Fri Dec 20 21:58:35 UTC 2002
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On Friday 20 December 2002 22:45, Neil Stevens wrote:
> On Friday December 20, 2002 01:38, Christoph Cullmann wrote:
> > On Friday 20 December 2002 22:26, Neil Stevens wrote:
> > > On Friday December 20, 2002 01:18, Christoph Cullmann wrote:
> > > > It is simple:
> > > > me + physos + jasone will look at root66 design if he has finished
> > > > it and decide if we use it for kde.org. What the *.kde.org pages
> > > > will do can't be enforced by us, but be sure many maintainers will
> > > > join our efforts.
> > >
> > > Funny, this isn't anything at all like what Jason said. He talked
> > > about making requirements, and calling for proposals, and looking at
> > > everyone's designs.
> > Does you see somewhere coming a other design up than root66 on which
> > really is worked atm ? If yes, send it too use, we will look over the
> > requirements and it and will take it in account for sure, too.
> But Jason knows about it, so don't worry about forgetting it.
> > But as the endless disccussion on that list here has shown, in the end
> > we three need to make the descision, which does not mean we make it out
> > of fun, requirements are allready set up on the usability page, nobody
> > objected, they will take into account. root66's most work is on fullfill
> > them and create a design that fits our needs.
> Mr. Faubel objected every single time Jason published a schedule, actually.
Have you an other design in work, I mean in REAL work like what sebastian is
doing since weeks in HIS freetime ? If no, SHUT UP ;) (sorry to be rude, but
it seems to be needed to end that thread). That he does not everything in a
given time schedule: who cares ? there are no other guys doing it in the time
schedule and don't forgot: he does it for free in his freetime, and we have
no real need to now drop that draft only because it might take some weeks
Now, thread closed, mail me in private if you still have complaints, but don't
expect very nice answers, that disscussion has been here over and over again
and is simply senseless, let root66 do his work and the other theirs.
cullmann at kde.org
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