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Re: Wallpaper



Ian Weller escreveu:
> On Wed, May 06, 2009 at 02:26:05PM -0700, Máirín Duffy wrote:
>> ----- Original Message ----
>>> From: Rodrigo Padula de Oliveira <rodrigopadula projetofedora org>
>>> Samule saved us again, this time from a Windows XP Like wallpaper, but,
>>> unfortunately the beautiful wallpaper was ripped!
>>>
>>> Our artwork team is great and is doing a GREAT JOB, but, we need to
>>> improve the decision process.
>> If anyone would like to step up as art team leader, please let me know, as I no longer wish to hold the position.
>>
> Rodrigo, please end this argument now. Máirín alone has answered every
> point you have brought up on this list with a rational argument that has
> been agreed upon with consensus previously on this list.
>
> Fedora is not a democracy as you would like it to be. Fedora is a
> meritocracy. Those who do things have more clout in how things are done.
> For example, Máirín has spent a multitude of very late nights working on
> wallpaper for deadline since I've started contributing.
>
> Thank you for ending this argument and realizing that you have a choice
> to add the lion back to the wallpaper yourself. You might also be
> interested in this essay: http://fpaste.org/paste/11201

Sometimes meritocracy sounds like autocracy in the Fedora Project.

Talking about meritocracy, the King Concept wallpaper was made by
"Samuele THE GREAT" to save us from the Greek Concept "Windows Xp based"
and his job was ripped without consensus!

Take a look:

Fedora 11 Wallpaper - Life Cycle

1 - First we had a Greek Concept Wallpaper.
2 - Second we had a King Concept Wallpaper.
3 - Now we have only a Wallpaper, without Greek, without King and
without a CONCEPT.

That's the point! What's the concept used to take/define the "consensus"?

-- 

Rodrigo Padula de Oliveira
M.Sc. Student - COPPE/UFRJ
Fedora Community Manager - Latin America
Red Hat Community and Academy Relations
http://www.proyectofedora.org
http://twitter.com/rodrigopadula
http://www.rodrigopadula.com



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