On 2/3/11 2:27 PM, Narayan Aras wrote:
I do think your inputs should have come before I wrote those pages.
Yes, it is true, but I did not have the time.
Why do SC-members have to reverse everything post-facto while remaining inert when it counts?
I don't buy this "no time" concept. You wasted my time and effort through your tardiness, and I
don't like it.
Sorry, this "no time" concept belongs to volunteer work. I have told
several times that if there is a specific issue someone should send me
an email and/or ping me on Skype. I have a daily job, a family, friends
and TDF, and I have been involved in the community for over seven years
and no one has ever complained about my availability.
A community project is by definition a slow moving project, because is
based on voluntary work. This is a fact and not a choice. If you do not
feel comfortable with this situation, I do not think that we can easily
find a solution.
I also gave you a detailed feedback on the logo/tagline for the website.
The logo and tagline situation is evolving. Now there is a logo without
tagline, and I think that there will be further evolutions.
I hope you will have the professional courtesy to reply that mail (remember it is there on wiki
Sorry, but I am not supposed to reply to every email, especially if I am
working in a different direction (and I think it was clear I was working
at the launch activities).
You have the right to think that I am unpolite, and sometimes I am, but
that email will not be answered (even if is on the wiki).
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