Johannes Schindelin wrote:
>> Correct. The opinions of inactive community members and
>> non-contributors are less useful.
> I humbly suggest to treat other people's contribution with the same
> respect you want yours' to be treated.
What?! When did I disrespect other people's contributions? git.git
is what it is today because of everyone's contributions: if I
disrespected them, why would I work on improving git?
My opinion has nothing to do with me, or my contributions. I have
already stated multiple times on the list that I take no pride in my
contributions whatsoever*: I have no ego to speak of. I said "the
opinions of inactive community members and non-contributors are less
useful [than those of active contributors]", and I'm still scratching
my head over what you inferred. Do you think that the opinions of
inactive community members and non-contributors are _more_ valuable
than those of active contributors, or am I missing something?
* You'd know that if you read emails on the list. But you don't, for
some mysterious unstated reason.
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