Dear Dan,

I'm not amused. Please do you best, to correct this situation.

Thanks, Chris

Eric Lavarde schrieb:
Hello everybody,

I needed some time to think about it but I don't see the point of me 
spending my leasure time on FreeMind, loosing my nerves on an autocratic 
and arrogant project director.

I would ask you to remove me from the developers' mailing list. If there 
are questions, feel free to contact me directly, but there are some 
people with whom I don't need to be in the same room or on the same 
mailing list.

There were good times, I learned some things, and I don't regret the 
time involved, so thank you for this, and I wish you well,

Dan Polansky wrote:
Hello Eric,

I am unsure whether you understood what I meant when speaking of 
relationships in contrast to substance. I only meant that my mail was 
not addressing the merit of the thing but rather the relationships in 
the project. I meant that I did not discuss the version numbering 
scheme; I was discussing the way in which you have addressed your 
proposal to the team. I had found your way insolent.

I have been told that relationships should be separated from the 
technical topic, but not ignored. I have been told that relationships 
should be treated too.

When I have received your initial email, I felt strange. I did not 
understand it, I have seen no examples, and it seemed overly 
unprofessional, difficult to read. Also, it said that unless I protest, 
I am bound to something. I felt need to make this a topic of itself. I 
felt need to clarify that there are certain roles and relationships 
between people and that certain styles of communication are inappropriate.

So again, it is inappropriate that you assume passive approval. I 
completely disagree with this. Whenenever you do it again, I declare 
with this email ahead that I disagreee with any of your suggestions 
formulated in this way.

Best regards,

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