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Hi Marc,

On Thu, 2012-08-16 at 09:03 -0800, Marc Grober wrote:
that you knew you are creating extra work for the volunteers on the QA
team with intend is really disgusting given the workload of this team.

        I suspect that what upset Bjoern (and upsets me too) is where you

Marc Grober wrote:
My response IS NOT productive (as was initially noted in this list,
lol) but isn't it so much fun to be passive aggressive? 

        It saddens me that you would deliberately waste people's time and act
aggressively towards volunteers who are trying their hardest to improve
the product, and get a clearer view of the open bugs. We try hard to
attract QA volunteers, and it's unusual to see fights in bugzilla.

        Please consider a more constructive approach - if you disagree with
what QA is doing, then get involved - argue in a winsome way for a
better approach, invest your time to make things better.

        In my experience, Free Software is more easily improved by showing how
things can be done better: submitting patches, doing the hard-work in
bugzilla, etc. than by criticism from the sidelines.

        Thanks !


--  <><, Pseudo Engineer, itinerant idiot

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