On Sun, May 8, 2016 at 2:00 PM, Michał Górny <mgo...@gentoo.org> wrote: > No, he didn't. He stated an imaginary fact ('we all seem to agree...'), and > asked how to *enforce* that formally. That's not how you request differing > opinions.
He used "seem to" to state that it was his perspective, and asked "What is the correct course of action?", which to me does not at all read as only being about formal enforcement. > It's rather the common Gentoo reboot in which for Nth time you propose the > same thing, pretend that all previous opposition didn't happen and hope > people will be tired enough to let you have what you want. Apparently the previous times it was discussed there was no satisfactory resolution, or the topic (or understanding thereof) has advanced since then. Perhaps we should GLEPs more to document such discussions, so that we don't have to repeat them all the time. > My response is also a common Gentoo response to bad ideas, and it shouldn't > come as a surprise to anyone. Well, even if it's common, I think it's much worse than Patrice's initial email. If you think something is a bad idea, lay out why you think so. If you don't want to repeat yourself, write it up in an email list or blog post that you can link to after the fact. Your response of posing a threat of quitting is not productive at all, and seems kind of childish to me. Cheers, Dirkjan