[ros-general] Re: Icon submission
aleksey at studiocerebral.com
Sun Oct 16 13:25:33 CEST 2005
Mikko - maybe you could make up your own guidelines? And I'm sure mf
would love to include your best thoughts into the Icon Submission
I really don't see any personal in the guidelines, except for that
they are kind of strict. But providing example - do you want to
commit ugly hacks into the kernel, or get a good patch done (though
it requires a little more time usually)?
Please don't take this into personal "mf vs. crappish" fight again.
Provide constructive critic, provide ideas...
On Oct 16, 2005, at 3:31 AM, Mikko Tikkanen wrote:
> Well, quite frankly, you could do that a WHOLE lot nicer way. If you
> have to state publicly that if you are not professional stay away or
> get bashed then you are heading the wrong way. You could have wrote
> simple instructions for the people wanting to help, instead you wrote
> how good you are, how much you have done and how you are going to bash
> anyone who tries to submit anything. No matter how I watch that it
> just isn't constructive. You could have proposed something like icon
> submission board where certain people could just vote if they like
> certain icon or not, ergo making your life easier, but again you
> didn't.. You just decided to bash the people who are TRYING to help.
> Now, on to the trashcan: No, I am not talking about looks. I think
> they look ok for now. To be more on the point, that is the same exact
> mistake Apple did while ago. (Yes, they make mistakes) The problem
> here lies in psychology; The trashcan displays an state of immediate
> explosion even though single text document would be placed in it, so
> natural response would be to empty the trash hence disabling the very
> function of trash can: undo. Plus, it changes the single step function
> (delete) to two step function (delete, empty trash).
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