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[gnokii-users] Pawel's flaming and my signoff [WAS: Re: CVS update]

From: Jan Kratochvil
Subject: [gnokii-users] Pawel's flaming and my signoff [WAS: Re: CVS update]
Date: Sat, 30 Mar 2002 02:58:22 +0100
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On Fri, Mar 29, 2002 at 11:52:45PM +0100, Pavel Machek wrote:
> > 2.his voice is the main, although not always is the same to voice from
> > many other people (like during old flame wars - see posts from 2000)
> And what? He's right.

Just to get the appropriate opinion ratio of people around: I usually don't
agree with Pawel's opinions/decisions.

> Pawel is the maintainer. Live with it. (And he's doing good, BTW.)

Fixed according to request to similiar sentence by Pawel in some of our private
        "Pawel is doing the maintaining good in Pavel's opinion."

For example Pawel is in my opinion really the worst maintainer I've ever seen
in any of the opensource projects I met (and it was a big number of projects
I got involved during the years, either passively or even many times actively).

I am rating here just his cooperation and communicaton with anyone around
Gnokii (both the developers and users on the mailing list). I don't touch here
his coding skills in any way.

Anyway I was here loosing my time too long for now so I am going to unsubscribe
(for the second time...). I'll use the absolutely perfect quotation from Pavel
Janik: "I prefer to spend my time on things which are useful for the community."

All my past *Gnokii patches can be found on:

There are two recent not yet applied myGnokii-derived sets of patches - READMEs
included for both of them. I've sent an e-mail regarding one of their part
(uClinux-compatibility) yesterday and nobody seems to be interested anyway.

There is also the old one (from November) Gnokii-derived patch which is
currently no longer applicable at all due to heavy patch conflicts.
Described in:

I hope Marcin Wiacek gets more developers involved in his forked project.

Jan "Lace" Kratochvil

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