[squeak-dev] [Election] ...is soon upon us! Last day info

Nicolas Cellier nicolas.cellier.aka.nice at gmail.com
Sat Mar 13 08:32:51 UTC 2010

2010/3/12 keith <keith_hodges at yahoo.co.uk>:
> I don't insist that my way will be better.
> Come on now, the majority of what you write is to insist that your way will
> be better.
> Not at all, I have two main points... 1) the board has no constitution, and
> 2) trunk is the worst possible process you could have chosen, because
> a) it isn't a process it is an excuse to group-hack a monolithic image
> b) the philosophy behind trunk is the opposite of where we want to go,
> monolithic vs support all forks with a kernel you can build on.
> c) moving targets are the worst possible scenario.
> d) it uses tools that are too high level.
> e) it is release a year rather then release a month
> f) it relies on an elite to manage it
> g) it closes out people who cant change things without breaking it.
> You keep using trunk, and you close me out.
> So far there has been one useful contributor to trunk, and that was when
> Torsten posted a changeset to this list, and I used it.
> The fact that I can knock up a brand new process in less than a week which
> is better than trunk, simply shows how bad it is.
> regards
> Keith

What pathetic selfish statements.
Not used by Keith = not usefull, hey we get the equation of your
internal algorithm.
Plus you're insulting everyone making an effort to contribute, that's
definitely not your best arguments.
Your process will be better than trunk when there will be at least two
As it was said before, it's a matter of social organization, and from
that POV your process was not proved better so far.


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