[maemo-community] Resignation of Joerg Reisenweber (DocScrutinizer*/joerg_rw) from Maemo Council

From: thezogg at gmail.com thezogg at gmail.com
Date: Mon Oct 20 11:55:51 UTC 2014
‎Actually I agree that everyone should know history of how Estel did nothing for community except talking too much, giving himself price of N950 when he was in council. Being kicked by other council members and keep spreading lies and judging other people. 

Shut up already!!!

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From: twilight312 at gmail.com
Sent: Monday, October 20, 2014 14:23
To: List for community development
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Subject: Re: Resignation of Joerg Reisenweber (DocScrutinizer*/joerg_rw) from Maemo Council

In case anyone missed it, buried under fanboys screaming - my point is that Community DESERVES honesty from people representing it. Just "because.", but also because those that doesn't know history are doomed to repeat it, or so the say. It apply to our small-scale Maemo's history, too. 

People that voted for joerg in last election deserve to know WHY he had to be removed by other Council members (no matter if they like the fact, or not). Same apply for new members that might join Community at later date. 

What if the same pest (or one of his fanboys) re-appears after 2 or 3 years, candidating again, with his "awesome" vision of Community "development"? Who will we blame for people voting for him, if now we're lying on mailing list, replacing "disciplinary and forcibly removed from Council" with "honorably discharged due to personal reasons"? 

Don't want to tickle too serious strings, but it happens all around us, in real world, too. Suddenly, comrade Stalin stop being murderer and becomes national hero - with the effects that we all know. Mass-lie have disastrous effects on Communities, no matter of scale - be it whole big nation, or small Community, like ours. 

Apart from all this, it's just plain rude to push plain BS down the Community throat, for dubious "diplomatic" reasons. Simple as that. 


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