Sascha Thomas Spreitzer
sspreitzer at fedoraproject.org
Tue Nov 9 14:19:48 UTC 2010
I will be helping you and the other friends I made as much as I can,
now and in future.
Regarding the impact on Fedora Linux I am in an ethic argument with myself.
(... Contributing vs. Exploiting workforce ...)
>> The duties I am leaving open and which will be impacting are;
>> - EMEA media production (F14 still open?)
> Did you place an order? You are the only one who can do it.
I did not place any orders for F14.
RedHat is able to order.
As you know from the email conversation Max Spevack and I had (you on
CC), RedHat is more then willing to give you the same procuration, in
wet ink, as I have.
>> - Dual layer DVD approach
> Even if I cannot change your mind, I'd like to ask you to help me with
> the dual layer DVD and at least reply to the questions I sent you by
> mail nearly 2 weeks ago. It's a ironic I have been fighting so hard
> mainly with people from the board and with a @redhat.com email and now
> you let me and the community down. Again: We are not your enemies, we
> are the wrong people to punish.
Once you start "fighting" (aka. discussing hard) where you shold be
friends is the point where my brain made *click*.
I will be letting down RedHat here. The friends I have and made, I
will never let go down.
If there will be a "Freedora" with statutes amended by the people and
property owned by (all) the people, count me into it.
Regarding the emails you sent 2 weeks ago, you mentioned you know the
way to do it, but you do not have the time and the hardware to do it.
This is where I have my ethic argument now; Using my root server to
make Fedora Linux more popular and valuable so more contributors
invest their workforce into Fedora Linux which is all property of one
But, maybe RedHat can pay employees and buy the box and 100mbits
connection in shortest time so F14 can have a leverage on the media
>> - some packages
> Please follow the orphaning procedure .
Thank you for that information, I was looking for that.
> Sascha, all I can say is I'm sorry to see you leave. As you know I have
> always supported you and I will continue doing so when you decide to
> come back.
Thank you my friend. I will not be gone. I will still float arround,
maybe we will be working together on some other project in future, who
I loved to collaborate with you, it has been a pleasure and an honour.
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