On Sun, Jun 12, 2022 at 9:31 AM Emiliano Vavassori <
Il 11/06/22 20:02, Simon Phipps ha scritto:
I will remind you
that you started this negative approach about how TDF is acting
illegally when you and I were on the Board together last decade.
I'm honestly struggling to see how your comments can be thought as
They are to help newcomers like you become aware that the complaints being
made are not in fact new or related to the current situation but date back
to a dispute that is many years old and still unresolved due to
personal enmities. I am sorry you do not find this helpful, but being aware
of the true history of the project (especially at a time when there are
voices trying to reframe history) is very important and refusing to do so
may lead to incorrect assumptions and the acceptance of untrue framing.
And how should users and members should voice their unsettlement,
without risking to be stopped at every corner and called out for
violations of CoC.
By entering into a dialogue. By hearing and evolving compromises with other
members through selecting positive elements of their contributions. By
collaborating together even when uncomfortable. By respecting the honest
contributions of long-time contributors. This place is hardly a close venue.
How should members voice their concerns when they see entryists harming the
project and old unsettled grudges being repeatedly raised regardless of how
they are answered?
Re: [board-discuss] Merged proposal for in-house developers at TDF · Michael Weghorn
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