Just Launched: You can now import projects and releases from Google Code onto SourceForge
We are excited to release new functionality to enable a 1-click import from Google Code onto the Allura platform on SourceForge. You can import tickets, wikis, source, releases, and more with a few simple steps. Read More
From: Chris Cannam <cannam@al...> - 2007-10-12 22:40:23
> the bug discussion has left me the impression of being
> ignored, or despised.
Well, I'm no less mystified. Since I was the other
person you were replying to I guess you must be
referring to me, but I've never deliberately ignored
you and I certainly don't despise you -- most of the
time I simply agree with your comments, which are
usually very sensible.
From: Chris Cannam <cannam@al...> - 2007-10-13 16:21:01
On Friday 12 October 2007 23:39, Chris Cannam wrote:
> > the bug discussion has left me the impression of being
> > ignored, or despised.
> Well, I'm no less mystified. Since I was the other
> person you were replying to I guess you must be
> referring to me, but I've never deliberately ignored
> you and I certainly don't despise you -- most of the
> time I simply agree with your comments, which are
> usually very sensible.
Just following up to say that I've re-read all the comments on that bug
and I still don't get it. I simply can't see anything in that report
that can be interpreted as disdainful or rude. It's not chatty, but it
seems equable enough (and fairly effective, until the end when we
disagreed about what to do with the finished report -- a disagreement
that you didn't seem to express a strong opinion on, Pedro).
Someone is really going to have to explain this to me. I feel like I'm
in one of the split screen sections of a Woody Allen film, with a view
of events that is totally at odds with someone else's, for reasons that
neither party would ever discover on their own without outside
This is particularly unsettling since I've always felt warmly towards
you, Pedro, and am usually keen to read your posts. It's a very
strange feeling to discover that someone who I felt I had a good
working relationship with turns out to feel quite the opposite. Or so
I have to assume -- while I still don't see the evidence for supposing
that it's me you're angry with, neither can I see who else you could
have been referring to.
I didn't find anything in recent email that might shed any light,
either, although my email record for the last few months is very patchy
(after a series of mail troubles). I did find your link to the Bauhaus
song that you posted a while ago, which I'd totally missed at the time
and which I don't seem to have in my own mailbox. That was good,