On Tuesday 26 April 2011 08:46, David Nelson wrote:
On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 14:42, klaus-jürgen weghorn ol
I agree. So please stop playing, Klaus. ;-)
could you please try to communicate a little bit more sensibly here.
Though I for myself do really not know the solutions of the factual
issues (if to put Litmus/Alfresco on the first page or not) as I'm not
involved in product marketing at all, I beg you to please concentrate
on the factual level of the discussion and not to fight your personal
struggle against Sophie with pseudo-factual reasonning but with such an
aggressive undertone in your mails.
If you feel offended by Sophies mails, be assured that I can pretty
understand that this could happen as her way to write may sometimes
sound somewhat harsh or crude if a person does not know the background.
We are a community of volunteers who primarily want to be productive and
prefer a collaborative style of communication, not a concurrent. At
least not personally concurrent, certain facts or decisions certainly
do force controversary discussions from time to time.
So I beg you to re-read Sophie's mails and to look at the factual
purpose first and try to overlook the - putativly crude - undertone.
Just try to concentrate on /what/ she says and not on /how/ it sounds.
Once again: It's about the result, not the persons.
If you know the four sides communication model, try to concentrate on
the factual matter layer and not on the relationship layer.
I know that for a male this can be a hard task, but I'm confident you
will master it ;-)
Please bear with me intervening in such situations but I simply (once
again) could not hold my tongue. (SCNR)
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