On Oct 10, 2016, at 6:33 PM, Clint Byrum wrote: > I don't think anyone should use devstack for anything except developing > openstack. It's not for anything else.
THANK YOU! :) > We're just trying to point out that you're taking the hardest possible > approach, and many of us who had to go down that road before, would like > to stop spending time assisting anyone who is unnecessarily repeating > our work. Well, I've been working and participating in a lot of Opensource projects over the last twenty years, and every single one have had things they could learn from their users. _I_ learned to hate the "stupid questions" that always kept cropping up, so I either wrote code to stop it from happening again, or I wrote documentation. "The Openstack Community" (as a whole, looking at _all_ the projects under that flag) isn't the worst, but it's down there somewhere at the bottom.. I might not be the most PC guy, but I know for a fact that I'm not alone in this view. I've talked to a lot of people over the years that either _wanted_ to try OS, _was_ trying it or was _thinking_ about it. But everyone have basically had the same experience that I have had since I forced myself to actually commit to this in April/May - OS is badly documented, the community is rude and unhelpful and it's a pain in the behind [to get things working]. Now, you're all free to take what you want from that. Take it as a grave insult to your manhood and/or coding/documentation skills what have you.. Or you can be a grownup, acknowledge your imperfections and strive to do better. > Doing it your way means losing all of that momentum Then YOU have missed MY point :( Whenever ANYONE is asking ANY type of question, it means the documentation (or code) isn't clear.. Leave it as-is (and keep having to "go backwards" every time someone asks a/that question), or improve on it. It's a binary choice.. -- Ehhhhm - The battle cry of the cronical masturbater. - Charlie Harper _______________________________________________ Mailing list: http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack Post to : email@example.com Unsubscribe : http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack