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"Chrissy Fullam" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
RE: RE: [gentoo-council] Foundation by laws: new Article V
Mon, 1 Sep 2008 21:44:08 -0700
> William L. Thomson Jr. wrote:
> > On Sun, 2008-08-31 at 21:08 -0700, Blackace wrote:
> > > On Sun, 2008-08-31 at 19:08 -0400, William L. Thomson Jr. wrote:
> > > It's totally moot, so get over it. There are more important things
> > > to harp on and waste others time on.
> > You aren't the be all and end all of Gentoo who gets to
> > dismiss other people and their thoughts. Are we *trying* to kill all
> > sense of community or something?
Thank you blackace.
> Fail safes, so get over it. Your making it a much bigger deal than
> it is.
> No I am just fed up with the nit picking and stuff that is really not
If you feel this isn't worth your time then please find another topic to
respond to and let this one carry on as others see fit; as I'm not the only
one discussing this it must be viewed as worth other people's time. Please
stop telling others what is or isn't a big deal to them or what you say they
should find to be productive. The discussion is worthwhile to me, I want to
understand the reasoning behind the new rule. I may not agree to it and I
can accept that, but it is entirely within my right to ask for
> I will say flat out Chrissy is some what responsible for me
Kindly leave the personal stuff out of this.
> None of it leads to increasing productivity, just additional wheel
> spinning. From someone that back in 06 wasn't interested in becoming a
> dev. Since then at least to me, and IMHO has been a total pain.
Kindly leave the personal stuff out of this and not assume what I did or did
not contribute to. Anyone could easily look up and confirm that I started
contributing quite regularly since mid 2006 and after officially joining in
2007 my focus shifted.
> Now that I am not a trustee. I can speak my mind clearly without someone
> telling me.
And like every other person (developer, user, etc) you too are bound to CoC
so speak your mind clearly while adhering to the same principles that others
do. If fuzzy, please review:
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