On 2011/01/02 8:51 PM Lee Hyde wrote:
read anything from Italo that could be construed as condescension.
"If you want to have a say in software development you are welcome to contribute to the
code and you will soon be able to talk to the ESC, or maybe become a member of the ESC. "
That is pure condescension. He is saying that because I do not write code my opinion is
worthless and nobody will listen to me.
Looking at all the responses to my original post, I'd say a lot of people have listened to me.
As I recall, someone earlier defined the term*community* in the context
of*The Document Foundation* to include all*contributors* and
explicitly excluded those who 'contribute' to mailing list discussions
from this broad group.
Then why is this list called "Discuss"? Isn't this the place for discussions? Or should we quit
wasting our time giving our opinions on the project? After all, if we do not write code we are
not contributers to the community and have no say in the community.
I guess I will quit wasting my time here and go back to just giving support to OpenOffice.org
Larry I. Gusaas
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Canada
"An artist is never ahead of his time but most people are far behind theirs." - Edgard Varese
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