Missing features

Michael George Hart michael.george.hart at gmail.com
Fri Jul 4 13:56:57 UTC 2014

Based on my my reading of this list, I can only assume that English is standard means of communication.

May I add, based on personal experience; this is an international, multicultural, multilingual effort. There are many thing said innocently enough in English that a person not familiar with the context, or the nuances of informal English may consider insulting. 

So, please, even if English is you native language, you should try to make every effort to understand the true intent of the speaker, even if you suddenly feel offended by what someone has written. --too many people who speak or write English as a second language thinks it an easy language; to a certain extent formal English probably is, but no one in the real world uses formal English on a regular basis.

Best wishes and keep up the good work

I, the unwilling, was lead by the unqualified, to do the unbelievable for so long with so little, that I attempted the impossible with nothing

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> On Jul 4, 2014, at 8:44 AM, "Philipp A." <flying-sheep at web.de> wrote:
> 2014-07-04 13:27 GMT+02:00 Aleksey Midenkov <midenok at gmail.com>:
>> > You are not in the position to warn anyone of anything. This conversation is
>> > over.
>> I'm in position to tell anyone anything. If you'd prefer DPRK, this is
>> a free country! Over!
> Sorry that I interfere, but there seems to be a misunderstanding:
> You want something.
> All Sven is telling you is the following: If you want something, you can pay money or make a good argument for it.
> So as long as you don’t pay us to do it, you have to communicate with us and convince us.
> And since we are people and not emotionless robots, you need to convince us by being nice or at least adequate (so that we’re willing to listen) while bringing convincing arguments (so that we have incentive to do it)
> OK? Then stop being rude and you might see people actually doing the things you want.
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