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RE: Post Commit Code Formatting

From: Durfee, Bernard <Bernard.Durfee_at_suny.edu>
Date: 2005-06-22 22:52:01 CEST

> > Yes and yes. Each need should be recognized. But the work of the
> > 'core'
> OK, so it's your belief that each and every single request
> from anyone should be individually both recognized, and discussed,
> meaningfully, and productively.

Yes, in fact this discussion is a perfect example. It seems that there
is quite a lot of free-time in the hands of the participants of this
list to discuss into the minutia of each and every topic that arises.
Although I think it would be more productive to stay focused on issues
that affect the project directly.

> I look forward to being on the mailing list of your next FS/OS

Certainly, it would be a benefit to have someone involved that has so
much time to discuss the issues.

> Now I have one more question. Do you believe, if a user should feel
> dissasisfied at any point during this process of recognizing and
> discussing their individual needs, for instance, if they feel
> as if they have not been addressed with sufficient respectfulness by
one of the
> developers seeing to their desires, do you feel it is
> appropriate for the user to insult or lecutre a developer about how
they have
> stepped out of line, and perhaps provide examples of how they should
correspond more
> politely?

Absolutely. Just as it is useful for the individuals in the user
community to contribute enhancement suggestions, designs and
implementations. It is just as useful for those same individuals in the
user community to suggests improvements in the manner of interaction
between the developers and the users. Open-source thrives off of
collaboration, which extends beyond simply suggest, design and
implement. Productive interactions between the developers and the user
community will always lead to a higher quality product. Which I believe
is a common goal among all involved.


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