On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 1:12 PM, Sophie Gautier<firstname.lastname@example.org
On 09/05/2011 21:05, Alexandro Colorado wrote:
On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 1:00 PM, Sophie Gautier<email@example.com
On 09/05/2011 20:50, Alexandro Colorado wrote:
Hi I want to add my blog to the planet site.
This is my feed: http://jza.me/tag/libreoffice
Will you continue for a long time to take one line here and another
the OOo list?
Please, stay with your OOo community and the way you support it, I
think we need your help here.
First that is a very rude reply
As rude as the attitude you have for other members of our community.
Rude as nothing close to the person I met in Italy and have a good
conversation about how to improve free software even after people egos get
in the way.
Second, I contribute to the this community as well as others you can
the pootle system for example, if you said that you dont need my help
I wonder why the system took my contributions as well as any other
Oh, yes enough to say you represent everybody in the Spanish community
direct them to *your* OOo community, prevent them to contribute to the
LibreOffice community to keep them under "control".
I have never prevent anyone to contribute to any community. I only respond
to their questions on how to best contribute, which is not the same thing.
Third, I dont see where at your bylaws says, "you may not contribute to
other project open or closed but this one".
Did I say that? No, read again : to take one line here and another on
the OOo lists.
Please let me know when did I do that? Althought even if I do took one
and put it on another list, I dont see the crime there. I do have one
so things that I might say on one list, I will also say in the other since
is the same way of thinking after all.
Your way to act is well know and related at several places on the web and
by a large part of the Spanish community who is *really* working in our
project now. And they don't need your double language here.
I actually don't know how well you know the way I act. I do participate in
several projects and have help many get to become. After all I have been
involved in free software for +10years.
Like you said, I know who is contributing and who is not. I can see it on
the feed of the systems. There is no mistery here. You can have one click
view all my commits on pootle, wiki or git. So saying who contributes and
who doesn't is easy to view. Also you will see many on other projects like
OOo and see is the same nickname and people.