On Sat, Sep 11, 2010 at 3:15 PM, Scott Dowdle <dowdle(a)montanalinux.org> wrote:
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> please excuse me, but I have a single (maybe stupid) question to that
> people who "know" me or my name and I would like to receive your real
> "Do you think, I'm a valuable, trustful Fedora Contributor /
> also as Founder, Memeber and President of the association Fedora EMEA
I don't know you at all... but given the fact that you are asking the question, I
have to wonder.
I don't know Gerold personally either but I do know he is a long time
Fedora contributor so I consider him my friend and while I find the
question posed without any context that I'm aware of to be odd I am
unwilling to infer anything from that beyond that I don't understand
why he asked it.
This is the second thread this week that disturbs me because
contributors seem far to eager to assume something negative about a
fellow contributor without having any reason to make such assumptions.
I'd like to encourage everyone to remember that our community is based
on shared values, we are friends, and it is just as easy in a case
like this to assume something has happened to our friend to make him
wonder if he is appreciated as a member of the community as it is to
assume anything else.