[fedora-india] Ambassadors in India
dashpradipta2006 at gmail.com
Tue May 11 07:40:13 UTC 2010
Finally Seems like Battle is going to be over!!
On Tue, May 11, 2010 at 12:57 PM, steve <steve at lonetwin.net> wrote:
> Let's just keep this on the list, shall we ?
> On 05/11/2010 12:24 PM, Ashwin wrote:
> > On 05/11/2010 11:05 AM, steve wrote:
> >> [...snip...]
> >> It is not about ^accountability^ it is about common _courtesy_. Think
> >> about it this way -- You ^volunteer^ to accompany someone for a movie.
> >> It is time for the movie to start and you aren't at the theater yet.
> >> person tries to call you, but you don't respond. You are unreachable by
> >> any method.
> > Good you said it. So you want to enforce *courtesy* ? Correct ?
> No. Courtesy flows .../both ways/. If you cannot be bothered to be
> courteous to
> let the project know that you are active, the project cannot extend the
> of calling you a contributor anymore, makes sense ?
> >> Will the person be wrong in assuming that you cannot make it and decide
> >> what to with the tickets based on that assumption ?
> > Sure, you can decide what to do with tickets. But would you assume your
> > friend is *dead* and delete his number from your mobile phone records ?
> > We do not declare friends to be dead and remove them from records just
> > because we are not in touch. Do we ? So what do we do ? what do you do ?
> Ugh ! you don't really that the capacity to understand metaphors, do you ?
> For all intents and purposes of the ^project^ (watching the movie) you are
> absentia, so you are no longer relevant to the decision making process of
> happens to your privilege towards the project (ie: your movie ticket).
> Don't take a simple metaphor and murder it.
> Anyways, seems like you either don't have the comprehension ability to
> understand what is being said, or are just too stuck up to admit you were
> This is my last response on this thread.
> - steve
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