Þann mið 8.feb 2012 18:50, skrifaði sophie:
On 08/02/2012 19:41, Pedro wrote:
Sophie Gautier wrote
the size of our community makes it very difficult to
manage the feedback
from our users
That is exactly what I said :)
I accept that it is difficult to have democracy in such a
My argument is that FOSS is not inherently incompatible
contrary to David's logical demonstration and to Charles'
In any case it would be a futile exercise to "just do" a
Poll since it would
not bind anyone to the results :)
I won't be so pessimistic. Of course, if it's a poll without
any process and defined workflow, I agree with you. But if
before you put an organization in place, it won't be futile
and could bring a lot to the project.
Even though I did forward my 2 cents on the issue, I didn't
have such a strong opinion on the matter (the usual 5% of
the users I occationally support will moan, I'm sure).
To me, the case was solved by those who were there - at the
time it happened - so be it.
Maybe I'm not really bothered because this about a
(trivial?) thing which then may be overruled/changed in the
future, when/if there will be a more general policy-decision
about icon-sets and theming.
And before taking such bigger (democratic) decisions,
there's a lot of work to do.
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