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Re: FESCo meeting summary for 2009-06-26



2009/6/28 Orcan Ogetbil <oget fedora gmail com>:
> On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 1:22 PM, Seth Vidal wrote:
>>
>>
>> On Sun, 28 Jun 2009, Christopher Stone wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Whatever desktop RH employees are paid to work on to satisfy their
>>> biggest RHEL customers needs.  Or what they *think* their biggest RHEL
>>> customers want.
>>>
>>> I think the question you need to ask is why they must force this onto
>>> the Fedora *community* OS when the community is clearly objecting to
>>> it.
>>
>>
>> 'the community' is an awfully flexibly concept.
>>
>> I think we have a handful of vocal opponents.
>>
>> luckily we don't have to implement every whim that the majority or a vocal
>> group yells about.
>>
>> we are ( at best) a representative democracy. The representatives (on fesco)
>> had an idea suggested to them. They voted. The idea was rejected.
>>
>> Now, instead of accepting that this how the system works we've spent nearly
>> 3 days arguing about a decision which is DONE.
>>
>> I'm glad we've made such productive use of the system we set up.
>>
>> If someone believes fesco made a bad decision then you are welcome to take
>> it to the board.
>>
>> The discussion here is completely unhelpful and never going to produce
>> results that ANY group wants.
>>
>
> I agree that the voting was democratic and a decision was made by the
> votes of the majority in FESCo.
>
> However I do not agree that the discussion here is completely
> unhelpful. It shows some of us directly the bad decision(s) we made
> when we cast our votes in FESCo elections, so that we don't make the
> same mistake(s) again. I, for one, will be more careful to give my
> vote to those who are capable of performing (at least basic) reasoning
> and who are constructive in resolving conflicts. It really doesn't
> matter for me that much which direction they take, whether they are
> thinking my way or not. I just want to see my representatives doing
> their homework.

Sorry for the full quote, but +100

-- 
LG Thomas

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