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On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 5:54 PM, charles.h.schulz <> wrote:

We're not going to reach an agreement here. I don't like to have people
trying to enter through a window when they've been told they can't enter at
the door.
You are entitling yourself "the website team". It's misleading and it has
never been the case. Not everyone was for Drupal and you know it, in fact,
Drupal was but one possible candidate. You come back again with your Drupal
proposition and you want us to come back on our decision to appoint people.
That's not going to happen.

Let me make this clear: the SC at present cannot only be a conflict
resolution body. It would be very diminishing anyway, if you read our
bylaws. Right now it has to show leadership because everything has to be
built. The SC built LibreOffice and is developing the Document Foundation.
Which means there is more, much more than a website to it. All around you,
all around us, we now have over a hundred (in fact hundreds of contributors)
developing the software and being the community. What you're showing here is
that you care more about Drupal than anything else and you care more about
disrupting our work than contributing. We could be playing the blame game
for days and months now. We've already been playing this for weeks.

So now what I'm going to ask you is to choose between: contributing
productively to the LibreOffice project and stop making demands, or leave
this mailing list and the LibreOffice project. We all have better things to
do than wasting our time.

Thank you for your constructive and positive input regarding my contribution
to the community ;)
I will be sure to raise your concerns at the first website team conference
call being organised by David Nelson and myself.

Michael Wheatland

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