Canonical trying to kill KDE?? - Fwd: Attend CampKDE... via ... (VOIP), BerkeleyTIP - Re: Request to mailing list kubuntu-users rejected
john_re at fastmail.us
Mon Jan 18 00:02:55 GMT 2010
Hi Bram :)
On Sun, 17 Jan 2010 11:07:31 +0100, "Bram Schoenmakers" <bramschoenmakers at kde.nl> said:
> 2010/1/17 giovanni_re <john_re at fastmail.us>:
> > Thanks for your interest in the well being of the KDE project, Dotan. :)
> > Summary, Dotan: I sense the presence of some _deep_ cover operatives here, people who are not who they seem to be. People who, actually, rather than working to straight out _kill_, are working on something more diabolical: working to turn (among many, but certainly in this case) the KDE project into _always_ something just shy of success. Not exactly the living dead, but, just so tinily more than that that it will _absolutely not _ever__ be competitive with, in the mind of the general public, Microsoft Windows.
> Can't you just write a blog or something to state your conspiracy
> theories about KDE and the New World Order?
> Kind regards,
> Bram Schoenmakers
I mainly spend my "free sw time" working to improve communications for the free sw community, because that helps information move, & helps increase progress.
If learning, communicating & doing are what you appreciate (Bram, or you, reader) i invite you to come by some of the global via voice free sw hw culture meetings, BerkeleyTIP, discuss things, & help make some progress. TIP = Talks, Installfest, & Project / Programming Party.
Next meetings: Jan 26, Feb 6
There we could work to help the KDE project figure out how to best progress, & work on making that progress happen.
Or, use the voip technology & create a meeting for whatever f sw hw c group you want to assist making progress (Like KDE, for instance).
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