dracul01 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 26 07:22:46 EST 2007
I am sad to see you leaving Oliver. I myself feel that everyone that has
contributed to Geeklog 1.x have done a great job whether the code works
or not. You put your time and effort into it and believed in it and that
is what matters.
Anyone who could complain about that is not worth listening to. Like you
said constructive criticism is what is needed, not "hey this 'fix'
doesn't do anything, you should have done such and such". That just says
to me the person demands that the people who are gracious enough to
spend their spare time on the project owes them.
I know I myself have not contributed any code to Geeklog 1.x but I do
appreciate everything, broken or otherwise, that everyone has contributed.
Once again it's sad to see you leave.
Oliver Spiesshofer wrote:
> As you all know, recently those who do not contribute/contribute little
> started complaining and insulting those who do more and more, even
> Additionally, people start to collect complaints about the code and the
> site for months only to have material to complain later.
> I was doing this for fun, far beyond the code that I would benefit
> myself from. Because of the abuse and flame the fun is gone however.
> I suggest all the people who complain about my work to jump in and spend
> the same time as I did on the core code. Or better, more time, since
> there was so much to complain about in my work.
> So I rather work on my own stuff, there is loads to do w/o anybody
> complaining, rather people who once in a while show that they like what
> you do, and know what constructive criticism is.
> If someone wants to pick up my plugins/staticpages/other stuff, be my
> guest. Ask me for access to the sf.net page/cvs if you want it.
> Dirk, sorry to bail out, thanks for your trust & good luck with those guys.
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