[Mageia-marketing] Mageia 2 technical specifications
marcello.anni at alice.it
Fri Jul 15 16:19:32 CEST 2011
> 2011/7/15 Marcello Anni <marcello.anni at alice.it>:
> >> > Anne wrote:
> >> > Your proposals were all made after deadline. This deadline was
> >> > everywhere. We just removed all of these, yours but also coming from
> >> > other guys.
> >> > That's why we have added another wiki page for ideas coming after
> >> > deadline. But we have to manage priorities and for now only first
> >> > proposals have been discussed.
> >> >
> >> unfortunately i was preparing an exam and i couldn't make my proposals
> >> before... i'm sorry for this, but anyway you could be a bit more
> >> what happens if some ideas are added after deadline? also with mandriva
> >> happened often that some non expected features would added in the
> > meanwhile...
> >> i'm not speaking because these are "my ideas", but because i do think
> > of
> >> them are really important and can make a quality jump for mageia... can
> >> discuss them somewhere (even if in chat session)? please, let me know
> >> cheers,
> >> Marcello
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> > btw, there hasn't been neither a blog post about mageia 2 ideas and specs,
> > that it's quite serious for a community-driven project
> of course you never read any Mageia mailing-list. Fine.
I've already told you i couldn't use the pc because i was preparing an exam
for the university... other than me, why all the people that have ideas but
don't follow ML are ignored? aren't we a community that brings people to
contribute? instead of defend yourself i would appreciate this sentence "you
proposed your ideas late... anyway because we care about our community and our
project i will take a look at them and in plus i will create a blog post to
invite other people to contribute to mageia 2 specs". i don't find it so hard
to say this...
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