On 11/28/2011 03:16 PM, Jukka Palander wrote:
You want me to be a group member and read
_all_the_fedora_related_development_lists_ to be able to say what I
think and what is wrong in a particular part of the whole combination
named as Fedora?
You do not need to join *all* mailing lists. You can either directly
file a bug or change request, or you can join the one mailing list being
relevant to your ideas and concerns.
Sorry, but this is wrong way.
Why? Just because you think so?
Developers should read just a couple of major lists (including
ambassadors) and they would easily know what people think and whats
wrong. Not the vice versa because nobody can be a member of every
But you expect *developers* to be subscribed to all mailing lists?!
You have to take into account that this particular GNOME discussion
not the _only_ problem or wish from the field. There are many - as
many as there are projects under Fedora and under GNU etc. It is much
easier to developer to follow the list of the particular product what
they are developing including 2-4 other lists than other way around
when we should be members of a hundreds of lists to get our voices
No way. This would be a significant waste of their time. Most of them
contribute in their free time and they either work on stuff *they* have
interest in or they work on stuff someone else has specified in a wish
list. The latter can be done by product managers or by users, depending
on the size and the structure of the project respectively.