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Re: Improper use of Task Dialogs

From: Felix Saphir <felix.saphir_at_kantarmedia.com>
Date: Mon, 07 Nov 2011 14:34:29 +0100

Am 07.11.2011 13:57, schrieb Floele:
>> Patches are always welcome and might be considered by the main authors.
> Please accept that not everyone in the world who makes valid
> suggestions for improvements in open source applications can instantly
> take part in the application he wants to improve. "Patches welcome" is
> just saying "I don't care". I know I could create patches, but despite
> my dedication to free and open source software, I don't have time, and
> in this case I even doubt to be familiar enough with the development
> environment, to do it.

Just my opinion regarding this point:

What you didn't quote is why Jean-Marc encouraged you to submit a patch,
and I share his opinion. Your allegation that he (or anybody else)
wouldn't care is rather steep: maybe those who suggest submitting a
patch have just as much time for open source software as you do. If you
find those dialogs "rather annoying" (and it looks like you're the only
one), then your can either live with that or get involved. Blaming
somebody else is not helping your case.



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