On Tue, 6 Dec 2011 18:38:52 +0000
Lisi <lisi.reisz@...> wrote:
> I clearly have a quirky view of this. It seems to me that Timothy and
Not necessarily. It could be mine that's the bizarre take. Although
some of what I said in previous messages were not necessarily my take,
just a "devils advocate" sort of thing.
> the others working hard at this do not have to "balance the needs of
> all sorts of people". Why should they take any notice of those
> needs? If they just chose a path and stick to it, and if that path
It's not just the users, but other members of the dev team that might
have differing views as to what "the project" should be. That sort of
thing happens quite often, otherwise Trinity wouldn't have forked from
> lead to somewhere of their own choosing, rather than those of the
> conflicting claims of others, that seems to me fine.
I don't disagree with that view. It's the bugs I was talking about
initially, and users complaining about them. You're talking about the
big picture or general overview of the project. Maybe I picked up the
wrong end of the stick.
> I am grateful for what they do. I am grateful for being allowed to
As am I. I wouldn't even know where to start. I'm glad that people
like writing software, all the way from little one-liner bash scripts
right up to full blown DEs and beyond.
> And anyway, whatever they do they will never please everybody. I hate
That is another truism, of course.
> the revolving cube. I have just seen a eulogy from someone who loves
I quite like it, but it's not a "must have". I can easily see how
others would get annoyed by it. Possibly even feel slightly ill viewing
/ ) "The blindingly obvious is
/ _)rad never immediately apparent"
People stare like they've seen a ghost
Titanic (My Over) Reaction - 999