vidd at crosslink.net
Mon Feb 11 13:48:12 GMT 2008
Jani Monoses wrote:
> vidd wrote:
>> Jani Monoses wrote:
>>> Jani Monoses wrote:
>>>> I have not seen any answers to justify the seed changes so I reverted
>>>> the least controversial ones to 7.10 state.
>>> I am still waiting from Lionel and Jerome to answers to my questions,
>>> and justifications on a per-package basis for each change as I did for 7.10.
>> What about this for justification?
>> Jani publicly quit the project
>> Lionel and Jerome did not
>> Is there really any other reason needed?
> I fail to see the logic in that, probably because there is none. Any
> leader of a project has to justify or at least explain what is behind
> his decisions. Otherwise I could just as publicly state that I am back
> and we can start a pointless and long fight if none of the sides wishes
> to back up its positions. As a user of Xubuntu I demand to know why
> these decisions were made.
> So please refrain from perpetrating bogus ideas such as the above.
> This being said, if I get no clear answers and truly open development
> I'll take this before the Ubuntu Community Council and ask everyone
> involved to attend. This is not just about Xubuntu, it is about ignoring
> fundamental principles of open development that govern the Ubuntu community.
I think bringing this before the Ubuntu Community Council is actually a
I think they need to be made aware of your heavy handed tactics,
swapping out the seed just before a major benchmark Alpha release, with
about 2 months before the final, long-term support version is due for
release....therefore undermining a project THAT YOU DONT BELONG TO ANYMORE
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