From: David Baron <davidbaron@ne...> - 2004-11-20 16:52:15
Besides, you and me and Alistair Y. Lewars.
Who else participated on this list discussion?
Which complaints? From who and when?
I didn't see anyone else complain besides Alistair Y. Lewars.
And if he left its because he wanted to leave way before the Mac OS X V.S.
The list of conduct was respected, I don't see any violation.
Developer, Network Administrator, Filmmaker
From: Jonathan Day [mailto:imipak@...]
Sent: Saturday, November 20, 2004 7:52 AM
To: David Baron
Subject: List Conduct
I'm sending this as a seperate e-mail, so that it stands out clearly.
There have been complaints about list conduct, both on and off the list.
This is a problem.
SourceForge kindly volunteers to host this project - we don't pay them to do
so and they don't have to.
Members kindly volunteer to do what they can, when they can, how they can -
we don't pay them to do so and they don't have to.
Speech of any kind (free or otherwise) which damages the relationship
between the project, its members and its hosting sites (it has several) is
NOT OK and is NOT ACCEPTABLE. Anything at all that violates the project
charter will not be tolerated.
Getting fired up about the project, or about a way to achieve it, is not
only fine, it's the only way anything will get done.
Flaming, spamming, verbal abuse and other forms of hostility is a great way
to splinter the project, but if only one person is left to do any
implementing, they might as well have started a project of their own and
left the others in peace.
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