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Month: February 2012

Re: Re: [trinity-devel] Stop it. Stop it. STOP IT.

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 14:23:16 -0600
> On Monday 13 February 2012 14:09:54 Timothy Pearson wrote:
>> > On Monday 13 February 2012 21:48:02 Robert Xu wrote:
>> >> Can we keep negativity to a minimum and find bugs to fix? Thanks.
>> >> One KDE developer/user's attitude does not represent the KDE
>> community
>> >> as a whole (however influential).
>> >> Likewise, one TDE dev/user's attitude doesn't represent the Trinity
>> >> community as a whole.
>> >>
>> >> So please, can we get along?
>> >>
>> >> *(This is why I try not to participate in threads that could possibly
>> >> turn negative :|)
>> >>
>> >> tl;dr: shut up, let feuds die, get along in peace. don't judge a book
>> >> by its cover.
>> >
>> > +1. Please move this mess somewhere else, there is devel@ list. I'm
>> tired
>> > to "read" these messages with DELETE button :)
>> >
>> > --
>> > Serghei.
>> I am done; I finally got Martin to detail the kwin problems he saw,
>> which
>> is all I really wanted in the first place.
> I gave you detail on only two of many issues. Please don't lie to yourself
> that this were the only issues I have seen.
>> He also ended up giving us
>> some useful information as to the direction of KDE4, specifically that
>> they do not consider more mouse clicks to impede productivity.
> Again please don't twist my words. You asked for my *personal* experience.
> This is what I told you. It has set nothing about whether *they* consider
> anything, I even did not say that I would consider anything. Additionaly I
> did
> not say anything about that this is a *direction of KDE4*. I have nothing
> to
> do with the development of file management. I am not involved at all. I
> have
> never contributed to the development.
> I am rather disappointed in seeing my words twisted like that and that in
> a
> thread called stop it. Very, very disappointing.
> Regards
> Martin

You use KDE4, and any project tends to morph to fit its current userbase. 
I don't want to get dragged into another argument; let's focus on twin and
kwin, not KDE4, as mentioned in the other thread.