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Month: November 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Appeal for freedom of speech

From: Julius Schwartzenberg <julius.schwartzenberg@...>
Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2011 16:59:20 +0100
Ilya Chernykh wrote:
> On Sunday 13 November 2011 15:46:09 Julius Schwartzenberg wrote:
>>>>> It is pity that such project as KDE3 was cloned by an unstable paranoid psycho.
>>>> Until now i was a bystander and I didn't want to participate in this
>>>> discussion but now I'm getting feeling it's not anymore about which is
>>>> better/upstream/updated 
>>> It was never about which is better/upstream/updated.
>> It seems originally there were mainly miscommunications between you and
>> Robert. He already apologized for this. Timothy is also sensitive to
>> criticism and the discussion continued.
> Pearson has ill memory it seems. He quickly forgot all I did for Trinity to the extent to claim
> I contributed nothing.
> I think I did more than just be considered "a source of headache". This strange
> property of Timothy's memory is impressing. Not long ago he assigned to me a bugreport
> to make knetworkmanager compatible with new API (after accepting a first patch from 
> openSUSE's KDE:KDE3). The last discussion in that bugreport

I agree here that Timothy's comment calling KDE:KDE3 obsolete is
inappropriate. It seems he felt your response was harsh, but this does
not make it appropriate for him to respond in such a way. I would have
only expected a response asking for a diff.

I understand it seemed inappropriate to you to be assigned to a bug in
Trinity's bugzilla?