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On 2011-01-18 1:40 PM, Stefan Weigel wrote:
Am 18.01.2011 17:20, schrieb Charles Marcus:
And no, they - meaning the SC - absolutely cannot claim ignorance, 
Michael was discussing their progress on the lists for a long

Maybe not members of the SC, but there are people that have been 
answering on the mailing lists from the very beginning and further 
on, that it would be wrong to beleive that there was any concrete 
decision pro Drupal. It´s not correct to expect an apology for the 
waste of time from anyone, if the people working on a Drupal solution
did not want to recognize this information.

You are missing the point...

If no one *from the SC* contacted Michael *directly* and took the time
to explain the situation to him, then *the SC dropped the ball*.

If no one *from the SC* *knew* that Michael was putting so much effort
into the Drupal site (because they weren't monitoring the brand new
official channels of communication), then *the SC dropped the ball*.


If I was a developer, and *thought* I had the blessing of the SC on a
project, I wouldn't put much stock in $random_list_member either...
Obviously Michael could have been more proactive himself in confirming
the situation, but I've never suggested that only the SC made mistakes here.

Again, it just seems to me that you (if you are an SC member) are
bending over backwards to *avoid* accountability... not a good sign for
the future, I'm sorry to say.

Regardless, this topic stopped going anywhere a long time ago, and
enough has been said, so I'm done.


Best regards,


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