qt4 ports descriptions
marco.broeder at gmx.eu
Tue Mar 24 14:29:49 PDT 2009
On Tue March 24 2009 19:24:44 Chuck Robey wrote:
> OTOH, the KDE folks deserve an attaboy for NOT doing this to folks.
Please post your insults somewhere else but not here! Do not spam the
mailing lists with such a nonsense! You do not have the right to judge the
You actually have a very annoying and insulting attitude in several of your
mails! This time I cannot ignore it anymore because such an attitude makes
me very angry ... :-(
> someone's being very lazy here.
Yes, you are the one who is lazy! Do the work and submit patches! If done
right no one from kde@ will reject those.
Otherwise please do not spam the mailing lists! It is extremely annoying if
someone writes unqualified rants about something but actually do not
contribute anything or even have any clue at all about it.
You make a lot of noise - especially at kde-freebsd at kde.org mailing list -
you do strange things, ask people about your problems which only occurred
because you do things in strange fashion and you also demand a lot.
Especially kde@ people do not have the time for your unsupported
experiments. Do not steel their time! They have a lot of other things to do.
It is a horribly intensive task to maintain the QT4 and KDE stuff. Max and
Martin and several other volunteers do a very good job and actually do not
deserve such a poor statement of you!
It looks like you know nothing about the actual work and time needed to port
and maintain those beasts. If something is not done yet then nobody had the
time to do it yet. It is that simple. There are many things which need some
love or even need to be done at all. But if nobody does something nothing
gets done at all.
If that sounds rude - sorry, but it is the truth!
Marco Bröder <marco.broeder at gmx.eu>
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