[ros-dev] My attitude
rlangschultz at cox.net
Sun Dec 4 22:52:07 CET 2005
I have experienced some attitude from a variety of people on the
mailing-list, and irc. I believe each persons way of doing things are
different. Logging all communications both on IRC and Mailing-lists
would allow users, developers, and internet browsers. Logging irc
would allow people to see what is happening on IRC. I had a great
deal of flaming and difficulty on IRC. With logging people can see
what is going on and if there is any arrogance people would be able
to see it. Also if something is important integration with the wiki
would be great.
On Dec 3, 2005, at 9:44 PM, Alex Ionescu wrote:
> It was Steven's idea that I should post this emai and I agreedl, so
> please don't take it as my personal childish attempt to get
> attention, unless you find that both I and Steven (our Project
> Coordinator) are children.
> Steven has recently expressed his opinion that: (modified quote so
> that "your" -> "my")
> "My arrogant attitude hurts this project more then any amount of
> code or patches I commit will ever help it."
> Therefore, since:
> 1) I really care about this project
> 2) I don't wish to spend time writing useless code (since no amount
> of code will help the project more then I hurt it, then the code is
> useless, like heating a room where the windows are open in winter).
> I think it's important to know if this is a public opinion or not,
> so I am opening a public ML vote. If it is, then I will gladly
> leave and stop hurting this project, since those were not my
> intentions when I joined. If this is the case, then I only regret
> for having stayed here so long and done nothing but hurt the
> project for almost two years now, and I'm sorry.
> [ ] Alex's arrogant attitude hurts this project more then his code
> helps it. Alex should therefore leave, so that the project can stop
> being hurt.
> [ ] Alex's arrogant attitude is annoying at times but his presence
> in this project significantly helps it grow and move towards
> reaching its goals, and does not hurt the project.
> Best regards,
> Alex Ionescu
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> Ros-dev at reactos.org
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