At 10:02 PM 7/9/2001 +0200, Sascha Schumann wrote:
> > > I'd like to see Sascha's attitude change, ideally.
> > Ok - Sascha, do you think that your attitude is a problem?
> I don't think that bears an answer considering the contents
> of this thread and the amount of people who outspoke in
> support for me. And actually, I don't see any need to
> prolong this fruitless discussion.
Sascha, don't come to conclusions too quickly if you do want to improve
your weak spots. Rasmus & Thies supported you because either they don't see
what others see or because it is more comfortable for them to do so. There
are many people who are frustrated with your attitude (excluding Zeev and
myself) who might not feel as confident because they aren't on the PHP
Group and therefore don't say it in public. I'm not saying it to continue
this argument but just so that you don't completely dismiss what was said
here and possibly do take the few lines that might apply and think them
over. You know as well as I do that at least Zeev and myself have tried in
the past two guide you when it comes to attitude via personal Email and at
least for us it didn't work. And yes, I'm not bull shitting for argument
sake but I have actually heard these complaints for a long time from other
people who have no more in common with me than with you.
Although I understand you suffer some sort of Zend paranoia don't forget
that we are all on the same side. And Zeev and I together as a team have
done more than our shares' worth of that side. For some reason, especially
the PHP Group guys, seem to forget that.
Anyway, I don't meant it as a complete rant but I just don't want you to
think that because Rasmus&Thies think you're great when it comes to giving
people a team spirit that you completely dismiss our criticism.
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