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On 19-06-2010 16:15, Sebastian Pipping wrote:
> On 06/19/10 06:45, Jeremy Olexa wrote:
>> On 06/18/2010 09:25 PM, Sebastian Pipping wrote:
>>> In #gentoo-infra <snip>
>> #gentoo-infra is a private channel and you don't have to be in there. No
>> public community members/users are in there. The "tone" can be anything
>> that is acceptable to the normal inhabitants of said channel.
> #gentoo-infra is a channel on infra matters.
> The fact that it's developers only doesn't make it a private channel in
> a sense of "tone doesn't matter".
you've failed to notice an important point that others have already
tried to convey to you - #gentoo-infra is the home of the Gentoo infra
team. Yes, developers go there to address infra issues on Gentoo, but it
is the infra team channel and not the channel of every Gentoo developer.
Furthermore, the fact you consider it insulting, doesn't make it
necessarily insulting. Also that tone was used between other developers
who know each other very well and wasn't directed at you.
You acted like you were entitled to set rules for behaviour in another
team's channel. It must not surprise you if the people there weren't too
pleased or impressed.
>> As Patrick
>> said, back to bug fixing and using time wisely.
> Fixing bugs addresses the technical layer.
> Again, technical is not our problem: non-technical is.
That is your opinion and a perfectly reasonable one. It doesn't mean
everyone shares your opinion or that everyone agrees with your proposals
to address that problem.
Jorge Vicetto (jmbsvicetto) - jmbsvicetto at gentoo dot org
Gentoo- forums / Userrel / Devrel / KDE / Elections
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