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On Saturday 08 May 2004 04:11 pm, Daniel Robbins wrote:
> OK, but Corey, I am not just a "developer," and I also need to continue my
> work to get this NFP set up, which is a process that takes time, and which
> I am actively involved. I am also continuing to run the Gentoo store,
> right? Store.gentoo.org, yes? Not many developers continue to run the
> Gentoo Store, or are involved in setting up the official Gentoo NFP, are
> they? So, is it in any way unreasonable or surprising that a gentoo.org
> email address is a bit of a no-brainer here? Like I said earlier, maybe
> it's best to get everything written down in an official agreement to avoid
> any confusion.
I'm not arguing against you continuing the e-mail access.. Sorry if that
wasn't clear in earlier e-mails. you're right, it is a no-brainer.
> > This sounds like more a misunderstanding or miscommunication
> > of expectations to me, not a matter of acting in bad faith.
> OK, in that case, can you or Kurt put your email replies on hold and take
> 5-10 seconds of your time to restore my access to dev.gentoo.org? I'm still
> locked out.
I don't have access to do that, sorry. Aside from the e-mails I've just
caught up with, I haven't heard from Kurt since he left Hong Kong.
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