On  Mar 13 21:30+1300, Robin Paulson wrote:
> true, but they can't have it both ways. if they say, 'we want input
> from the community' on something or other, the likelihood of
> disagreement/flames/arguments etc. goes up. then they either can

They don't ask for input from the community on everything, though.  I
was merely trying to point out that there shouldn't be any expectation
of them telling 'the community' what they are going to do before they do
anything.  Obviously they should still communicate with any significant
contributors about anything they are doing that will affect said
contributors -- but there is no reason to try to communicate it to the
whole community; and it would be ridiculous to expect all of these
communications to be public.

Eldon Koyle

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