systemd bugs in F20/F21 -> bug against the distribution?
kevin at scrye.com
Thu Apr 3 20:04:45 UTC 2014
Bad behavior in response to bad behavior just feeds a positive feedback
cycle ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Positive_feedback ).
The way to break out of it is for the person you control (namely YOU)
to behave well. If others don't do so, things can calmly escalate and
proper measures taken.
So, be reasonable. Use logical arguments to convince maintainers that
your bug is reasonable and your proposed solutions or patches are also
reasonable. If you cannot do this, step back and let others do so.
If the problems are persistent or highly impact-full, it's likely that
higher levels of project management may get involved, but only in good
time and after looking at the behavior of all the parties involved.
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