Am 17.09.2015 um 18:19 schrieb Piotr Gbyliczek:
On Thursday 17 September 2015 09:09:52 Gerald B. Cox wrote:
>> I have read the thread yesterday, but my impression was that people were
>> ignored, then they got rude, then issue was fixed, people got even more
>> because of how quick the fix was, and fix was reverted due to maintainer
>> decision, which was interpreted as childish and caused even more rudeness.
> True... my main issue was comment #45 which was made almost immediately
> after the fix was pushed. Just
> came across as a deflection of the issue which was that a bug report had
> been ignored; i.e. please apologize to
> the people who had been ignoring you. That was a bit rich...
I have to agree with you on that one, it looks a bit over the top. But I think
that the bug thread is missing the part of the discussion that was done on
mailing list (supposedly), therefore we don't have full picture of what
insults may have been done there and which side of the timeline from the fix.
well the first response on the ML was that one below and after that i
had finally enough
> Another way to look at this is "why haven't you fixed it
> the last six months". If you don't know how, why haven't
> you learned?
-------- Weitergeleitete Nachricht --------
Betreff: Re: why are bugs ignored over months?
Datum: Wed, 21 Sep 2011 20:17:57 +1000
Von: Brad Hards <bradh(a)frogmouth.net>
Antwort an: kde-devel(a)kde.org
On Wed, 21 Sep 2011 08:11:43 PM Reindl Harald wrote:
why in the world does nobody care about bugs like
basic-operations (and rename a file is really one
since many years) for half a year?
I see lots of comments, so many people care. However there are a lot of
negative comments, so working on such a bug is pretty disheartening for
When I read stuff that is nasty, mean or abusive, I often find something
else to do. Remember that this is a hobby for almost all developers.
Another way to look at this is "why haven't you fixed it in the last six
months". If you don't know how, why haven't you learned?