Re: EFS and gnome/kde (was Re: Request: Test suite for EFS.)

On Thu, Feb 24, 2000 at 01:14:43PM +0100, Svanberg Liss wrote:
> Dont call me a "backseat coder".
> I think this is rather a "no one that isn't coding on my project, should
> talk about, or have questions about it" analogy.
> GNOME is an open project, right?
> And I do have rights to ask questions about an open project, whithout being
> told to shut up, or am I wrong?
.... *sigh*

I agree. The GTK-Mailinglists have allways been friendly to people who asked 
questions. Lets keep it that way.

I do often ask about things that have been discussed before, but
a) things might have changed since then ...
b) opinions might have changed ...
c) sometimes I just forgot to read the archive.

So either tell the one who asks to rtfm or point her/him to havox book or
give him a another answer that helps her/him. But dont insult them who ask.
They might not ask again. And those who dont ask cant be helped, and I do
like to help (and show my stupendous knowledge).

should have slept more.

  Andreas Sliwka   |   |   f y cn rd ths y mst hv bn sng nx  
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