Reasons for hall monitoring
mcepl at redhat.com
Fri May 7 12:48:51 UTC 2010
Dne 7.5.2010 01:01, Rudolf Kastl napsal(a):
> one of the questions raised in the meeting posted by mcepl was... "why
> dont those people leave if they are unhappy". simple... they put alot
> sweat blood and tears into a project, and they have friends... with
> the development crowd and with the community in general. they are
> obviously feeling as a part of it with just a different pov and an own
> opinion. that isnt bad at all ... but healthy... "diversity is
> healthy" to a project.
I didn't to continue in this thread, but here I have to defend myself. I
don't remember I would say anything like that, but it looks to me like
taken out of the context at least and expressing exactly opposite
position I think I held. Although I don't agree with many of them in a
lot of places, I strongly support Kevin's, Ralf's and others position
that the current development is very harmful to the development of
Fedora and I would love them to stay and defend this still nice project
we all work on.
Actually, http://skvidal.wordpress.com/2010/05/07/dissidents/ made me so
angry that I am just not able to write any response to it ... whatever I
would write would be too much personal half-libelous attack, so I will
rather write nothing.
According to the Franciscan priest Richard Rohr, spirituality is
not for people who are trying to avoid hell; it is for people
who have been through hell. In many ways, spirituality is about
what we do with our pain. And the truth is, if we don't
transform it, we will transmit it.
-- Al Gustafson
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