[ubuntu-art] [Breathe] update May 2nd 2009
Oliver Scholtz 1
scholli_tz at yahoo.de
Sat May 2 22:03:15 BST 2009
Am Samstag, den 02.05.2009, 16:20 -0400 schrieb Cory K.:
> daniel planas armangue wrote:
> > El sáb, 02-05-2009 a las 16:08 -0400, Cory K. escribió:
> >> daniel planas armangue wrote:
> >>> El sáb, 02-05-2009 a las 15:55 -0400, Cory K. escribió:
> >>>> Not really. As I'm the boss, I have the final say. ;) That being said,
> >>>> I'd entertain new widescreen submissions.
> >>> this sounds very dictatorial, i thought that collaboration was more
> >>> important in this project... =(
> >> No more so than sabdfl. ;)
> > I do not understand what you mean, but if you take all decisions
> > regardless of others, then let me say that I stop working on this
> > project.
> Google is your friend. :)
> But, if in the end, you can't handle me, as project head, making the
> final decisions, (as it's always been) best of luck to you in the future.
> -Cory K.
mhhh, I understand Daniel. It is not a easy job and he is missing the
closer communication with all maintainers of this Set. Feel alone is not
very good for motivation. ;)
It would be maybe better this way:
Daniel: I will make the new computer-icon.
Cory: show us ...
Me: The screen is nice, but the feet should be smaller and more round.
Cory: Do it in white and the shadow stronger ...
Smartboy: Hey I like it!
Thorsten: It's to glossy. :( # (the bad guy) :D :D :D
It's only a example, but what I want say is, that everybody is important
and needs some support and maybe more attention. The leader or somebody
with good reasons should stop a wrong way quickly, so we save the
artist's frustration, time and energy. ;)
The last three days was very productive and round, because we had
feedbacks and communication each other (together). This is what this Set
needs for go ahead more quickly and maybe with attracting more
artist's ... and very important: the actual artist's happieness. :)
Okay it's not always possible, but I will try to give feedbacks always I
Daniel: "ANIMO" ;)
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