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Re: SVN bureaucracy

From: Sindbad the Seafarer <sindbad.the.seafarer_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2003-08-23 11:22:42 CEST


I lost the original mail, but the simple answer is that no one is
forced to use or contribute to or take part in development of or
discussions on the lists on Subversion. If he finds that Subversion
does not serve his needs and/or his questions/suggestions do not
meet open ears/the priority he thinks they deserve he is free to
drop Subversion and go for something else that may suit him better.

The same applies if the way of open discussion/co-working/final
decision making contradicts his personal, cultural, religeous,
political or traditional habits.

As long as we are still are enjoying freedom we should also be very
destinct about its paramount means of expression: the freedom to
say No.

A fine weekend to all of you!

Jan Hendrik

Freedom quote:

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Received on Sat Aug 23 11:20:33 2003

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