> On വ്യാഴം 05 ജനുവരി 2017 06:21 വൈകു, Ximin Luo wrote:
>> We don't have hard rules, but we all have our ideas about what is right or
>> wrong. For you, it is a question of "are they aware". For me, I explained it
>> in my other email, and it roughly overlaps with "are they aware".
> I have accepted their request because I have spent time with them. By
> removing people that I have accepted you showed contempt for my
> judgment. What authority do you have to remove people from the project
> just because they are new?
> Is this how this team want to continue? If I have acted wrongly, then
> please remove my admin access as well. But this kind of action is not
> sustainable as a team.
It's normal convention in any organisation or project to temporarily revert a
change that is controversial.
Adding 10 new people from an event, every time there is an event, is also not
sustainable as a team.
Please respond to my points (about responsibility, maintenance and events)
instead of accusing me of "contempt" simply because I disagreed with your
I also don't see why you are making such a fuss. The conditions I described
(making a request at a later date, individually) are not particularly hard to
achieve, and helps to confirm their true long-term interest in being a team
member, to the rest of us that are unsure about these events.