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Re: SVN bureaucracy

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-08-24 08:33:54 CEST

I'm not sure what this was in response to, but uh, sure, I agree :-).

-Karl

"Sindbad the Seafarer" <sindbad.the.seafarer@gmx.net> writes:
> Karl,
>
> 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
>
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