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Month: August 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] kbugbuster

From: Slávek Banko <slavek.banko@...>
Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2012 15:41:40 +0200
On Saturday 25 of August 2012 14:28:34 Martin Gr��lin wrote:
> Sorry no! Insulting people is completely unacceptable - everywhere. Don't
> justify such anti social behavior. I have not insulted anyone here. All I
> have done in this thread was to ask why you work on the fork of KBugBuster
> instead of working with your upstream.
> It's especially completely unacceptable to insult people coming here trying
> to help you. Realize that! I try to help you!
> It's not the first time that I have been insulted on this list and probably
> won't be the last time. And people don't stand up against such anti social
> behavior. Completely unbelievable. I have been involved in many online
> communities, but none would accept such behavior.
> Stand up against the people damaging your project. Insulting people is
> unaccaptable, no matter if they are KDE or Trinity developers.
> Regards
> Martin

Sorry, but your behavior here is always hostile. And this we must accept from 
you? Sorry, no. Phillip is not trying to offend you, only give a comparison 
of your behavior. It has no sense to continue until you will not change your 
attitude. As long as you're not respecting our project.

Your words of help are always just empty talk, because they always have first 
claim "Drop Trinity" (either as a whole or parts). No, this can not be called 
as a help.

Our projects have a common ancestor - upstream - KDE3. But both of them go on 
their own way. With a common ancestor have the advantage that they can better 
collaborate => transfer enhancement between projects. And this is a thing 
where I see the opportunity to help each other.

For KBugBuster is not our upstream KBugBuster in KDE4 - this is for KBugBuster 
a dead branch. KDE3 is closest upstream version - and just here we are 
following up. It will be our pleasure if result then you can take into your 
branch. But we are talking prematurely, because the result is not yet ;)