Sitting out for Hardy
nvalcarcel at gmail.com
Mon Oct 29 04:23:48 GMT 2007
It makes me very sad your mail, i know you for a very short time, but i
know you are a very good element on ubuntu. But this things happen
sometimes, and if it's for your goodness it's fine i hope you involve
back at any point of hardy development or for the next release :D
On Sat, 2007-10-27 at 13:48 -0400, Scott Kitterman wrote:
> Most of you probably already know this from IRC, but ...
> I don't plan on much involvement during the Hardy developement cycle. MOTU
> has gotten to stressful for me for the stress to be worth the enjoyment I get
> out of it.
> There are a number of reasons that I hope that by sharing, I can hope make
> things better for everyone.
> 1. It seems like we've quickly evolved from the idea of people are expected
> to generally know what they are doing, think things through, and quickly fix
> mistakes when they are made to the idea that it's not wrong to do anything
> that isn't explicitly prohibited in some documentation.
> This rules oriented mindset makes it harder to get stuff done, harder to get
> mistakes corrected, and is, IMO, either the effect or a cause of an
> increasing level of defensiveness and reaction in the community.
> I think it works better to expect that people won't do things they don't know
> enough about (ask first) and fix stuff when they mess up. Having to have a
> written rule that SRUs should be tested before uploading is bizarre.
> 2. Both our processes and our tools (I'm thinking LP here) are evolving in
> ways that from my perspective make work harder, not easier. Tools and
> processes should support work getting done and I think things are not
> evolving for the better.
> 3. The seeming limitless tolerance for people to come back again and again
> with disruptive, incorrect advice, bugs, proposed uploads that has at times
> been an effective denial of service attack on MOTU. I can't work in this
> environment. People need time to learn, but there's a point beyond which
> they need to learn not to do damage and cause trouble for other people.
> During Hardy, I will not be reviewing sponsored uploads (I've subscribed from
> the motu-reviewers list on tauware.de and deactivated myself from UUS). I
> won't take on any 'management' roles like motu-uvf.
> I will still mind the packages I've been minding. I will still hang out on
> IRC (unless the atmosphere just gets too stressful for me) and help answer
> questions and be part of the community. I will also work on helping (not
> leading or doing) with things that can improve the problems that have led me
> to sit this one out.
> Scott K
key fingerprint: E140 4CC7 5E3C B6B4 DCA7 F6FD D22E 2FB4 A9BA 6877
gpg --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys A9BA6877
Yo uso Software Libre y tu?
-------------- next part --------------
A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
Name: not available
Size: 189 bytes
Desc: This is a digitally signed message part
Url : https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-motu/attachments/20071028/2db37dc3/attachment.pgp
More information about the Ubuntu-motu