[maemo-community] Community Awards results [was: Re: Good bye!]

From: Piotr Jawidzyk twilight312 at gmail.com
Date: Wed Jun 27 23:00:44 EEST 2012
2012/6/27, Andre Klapper <andre_klapper at gmx.net>:
> On Wed, 2012-06-27 at 06:58 +0200, Piotr Jawidzyk wrote:
>> Of course - in fact, it would require quite much lack of involvement
>> in Community - as a whole - for not being aware of it. After all,
>> maemo.org News + Council Blog + TMO + Wiki + IRC isn't "hidden" under
>> rock.
> Estel,
> I follow the mailing lists closely as I read my mail every day.
> I'm on IRC nearly every day and I occasionally read the planet, the
> forums and the bugtracker - obviously not close enough for the last days
> to fulfil your requirements to be "involved in community".
> Calling this "lack of involvement" sounds like belittling others and
> creating artificial entrance barriers ("You are not part of the
> community as long as you don't follow enough news sources") without any
> need. I hope that is not your intention - it's just how it looks to me.
> andre
> --
> Andre Klapper (maemo.org bugmaster & GNOME Bugsquad)
> http://blogs.gnome.org/aklapper/

Andre, of course it wasn't my intention. I liked to highlight every
place, where results were announced, to "kill" any suggestions, that
there was any malicious intention of hiding it. As results are since
more than week now, I'm surprised a little, when someone active in
Community isn't aware of it. Yet, "surprised" doesn't mean "pointing
finger with accusation".

Please, lets keep "people mean well" as base, of how we read other's mails :)



By the way, I'm equally surprised, that we forget to forward results
to ML - it was, by all means, mistake. Don't take my list of places
where it was announced as "defending" it - again, it's acknowledged
mistake, and I'm glad that You've pointed it out. Good catch!
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