On Tue, 2011-04-26 at 21:19 +0200, ol klaus-jürgen weghorn wrote:
Hi Nino, all,
it is not about the Litmus link but about the Alfresco link.
Ok - let's stick to the alfresco link.
The Litmus link wont be the problem. It isn't of any interests by David.
Let me describe it:
David made a link to Alfresco on the top menu. He doesn't tell us why he
do so. He has no need do to so.
I asked him why and he gave an explanation.
Then Sophie said that it isn't good to have this link on the menu and we
shall put it out. So I put it out.
Yes I watched those emails this morning arrive in near real time and it
seemed rather arbitrary on your part and quick frankly on Sophie's also,
on this one particular item.
I did it - as David said arbitrarily - because the reasons which Sophie
gave were more important for me than Davids'.
So if David should not do this with out discussion and should not assume
that Charles is more then Charles in a discussion, why should you and
why should you treat Sophie in a discussion any different then anyone
Then David put it back right after I put it out.
A bit impetuous yes, and exactly what I expected as I watched given the
I made my own thoughts about this behaviour on this thread and on some
If you all - except David - think that I have done it arbitrarily and
without any good reason shall tell me that. So I will do a step beside
to let the people work together
in a better way who see a good working
together and hearing of each other.
In general there are some hard feelings between Sophie and David you
would need to be blind not to have noticed, bu then quite honestly there
is no great like for David in the German community either.
Has David, as many of us have, done some things to help that perception
along - yup, but that is not the whole story and much of what he has
received is not directly his responsibility or because of any wrong act
on his part.
My .02 worth
And finally - K-J don't stop just say, well whatever want or nothing at
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