Somehow I feel the urge to put my 2 cents here, sorry...
On Wednesday 26 January 2011 16:00, Karl-Heinz Gödderz wrote:
Why can't both send their drafts to this list so we can decide as a
team, how to get the best of both?
Maybe it's not about the decision itself but about the process? Or even
more subtile things?
For me it sounds as it could be a personal problem or misunderstanding
But might also be intercultural habit or mentality differences?
Or just years of hard experience in a very special OSS project vs. a
very special working habit?
(But in this you are right, I'm also curious to see both versions.)
Anyway - for me, the outcome is quite clear: I "vote" for Sophie. She is
the older (?) project member, so she is right by law of meritocracy.
Being assigned by SC does not supersede this. It can only be superseded
by continuously delivering better value for the project, not by SC
assignment of a temporary website dictator role ;)
Therefore I'd suggest that David takes a step back and leaves the
content of the Localisation page to Sophie (fixing typos is ok, of
course, but not more).
(sorry again if stepping into personal issues - if unwanted, just ignore
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