Fedora Core 3 Transferred to Fedora Legacy

Rahul Sundaram sundaram at redhat.com
Mon Jan 23 15:15:54 UTC 2006

Ralf Corsepius wrote:

>On Mon, 2006-01-23 at 14:47 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
>>>In fact, RH, FESCO and the FF are dictating the "rules of the game as
>>>they want them to be" and it's up to users and contributors to decide
>>>how far to respect these rules and to apply/use the resources these
>>>organizations provide.
>>So you choose to not trust the foundation, all the community members at 
>>FESCO or Red Hat itself. I would suggest contributing to a project that 
>>you trust instead. Good luck.
>Seems to me as if you haven't understand a glimpse of what I am saying.
I understand it fine and dandy but unless you are really happy to 
contribute and make some differences instead of just about being rude 
and abusing everyone who is trying to work on the team - both volunteers 
and full time staff then find a different project that makes sense for 
you to contribute instead of continuously harping about one issue after 
another without any constructive criticisms or ideas. I requested 
repeatedly in our earlier conversations that you post a good list of QA 
issues that you alleged are present in the Fedora Extras process. 
Instead of doing that you indulged in name calling everyone doing the 
work in Fedora Extras. This is not the means to work on anything at all 
in a positive manner.

>Therefore let me try to elaborate: Like all other OSS projects, Fedora
>is based on users', developers' and sponsoring/financing organs'
>opinions and objectives are sufficiently intersecting. These parties own
>genuine interests are irrelevant to the other parties.
>E.g. to users and developers it's irrelevant what RH, the FF or FESCO
Completely wrong. The FESCO or FF and RH represent interests with the 
community in mind. If you dont believe it why are you working on the 
project at all?

>Neither do they control users/developers nor does the user/developer
>community control them, nor do they control my mind - It's users and
>developers who are using YOU, and it's up to YOU to make Fedora
>attractive to them.
Let me make this clear again. If you dont want feel like all my 
explanations before doesnt meet your requirements find a different project.

>Steps into this directions would be to improve your communication, to
>listen to the community and ... WHAT you actually do is less important,
>the questions are "WHY" and "HOW".
I am doing the best I can. Stop using rhetoric and rudeness. It wont 
help at all.


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