[CREATE] Fwd: Re: [LGF-LGA] Ok, let's start with a website
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Sun Aug 8 03:26:55 PDT 2010
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Subject: Re: [CREATE] [LGF-LGA] Ok, let's start with a website
Date: Sun, 08 Aug 2010 12:24:23 +0200
From: Robert Martinez <mail at mray.de>
To: a.l.e <ale.comp_06 at xox.ch>
On 08/08/2010 12:05 PM, a.l.e wrote:
> hi jon
>> On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 1:01 AM, a.l.e<ale.comp_06 at xox.ch> wrote:
>>>> Hi, I'm going to bring this up one last time. We have
>>>> http://create.freedesktop.org, http://libregraphicsmeeting.org,
>>>> http://libregraphicsworld.org, and http://libregraphicsday.org.
>>>> Do we really need another website? Do we really have enough people
>>>> to hack on this, keep it afloat and more? Also, while Libre
>>>> Graphics Meeting has been a success, I still feel that the concept
>>>> of graphics is too narrow for a larger organization. We should
>>>> look to support the spectrum of free and open source source
>>>> creative applications, including sound programs, video programs
>>>> (which are totally weak IMO right now), and many other not-purely
>>>> graphics applications.
>>> just one: let's have create.freedosktop.org die of a painful death.
>>> then we have a slot free for libre-graphics.org
>>> some more thoughts:
>>> once libre-graphics.org is up and working i would suggest to move
>>> lgm and lgd to l-g/m and l-g/d respectively.
>>> lgw has its own life and is the only site which currently works
>>> (lgm partially works and create does only some small internal work).
>> While I find your comments quite disrespectful to those who have
>> contributed to the Create Project, myself included, I do find the
>> appeal of consolidating projects very important. Are you going to do
>> the work on this?
> i was not talking about the work done in the create project but the address create.freedesktop.org and what the website offers to the public.
> i guess you were not telling us that lgm, lgd and lgw projects are useless, weren't you?
> there is some important work done on the create mailing list and in the create wiki. and i'm participating in it.
> feel free to feel offended.
this is not acceptable.
jon clearly adressed the way you proposed to "kill" one of his projects.
this sounded somewhat disrespectful in my ears, too.
I don't like your attitude concerning making others feel offended, and I
think for the sanity of a mailinglist you should consider to start
caring if people feel offended by what you say. ESPECIALLY when you
think they did get it wrong.
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