Dnia 17 lutego 2016 08:52:31 CET, Michael Sterrett <mr_bon...@gentoo.org> napisał(a): >On Wed, Feb 17, 2016 at 2:39 AM, Michał Górny <mgo...@gentoo.org> >wrote: > >> The games team was pretty much formed of two kinds of developers back >then. One kind was retired developers, the other kind was developers >who did what they cared about and ignored everything and everyone else. >Bugs, join requests, complaints, all went ignored and games team kept >silent claim to games in gentoo. > >False and slanderous. > >> So the first Council case against games team was that they did not >accept any new members. Or rather, silently ignored join requests. They >also ignored inquiries wrt the case and the Council. > >Also false. > >> The result was that the Council set up someone external to take care >of inviting new members, and electing new team lead afterwards. As it >could be predicted, nobody wanted to join, or rather be forced into the >team they weren't welcome in. > >Speculative and false. > >> Then the case against policies started. The first abolished myth was >games team sole claim to games in gentoo. Where Council pretty much >only confirmed that they have no right for that and everyone can >maintain game ebuilds without having games team approval or >co-maintenance. > >Making things up. > > >> During the whole process, I don't recall a single reply from games >team member. > >Well, here's at least one. > >However, I'm not sure why anyone would reply to your drama, slander, >and lies so I'm not surprised that's been your experience.
Nice to hear from you. Please don't expect me to write things I didn't know about. So maybe games team did reply. To the people that were worthy replying to. Did this group include the Council or QA team? As I see it, this only adds to your case. Ignoring messages is inappropriate at least. Ignoring them in order to stall others from doing their Gentoo work is more serious. -- Best regards, Michał Górny (by phone)