On 5/15/07, Stephan Assmus <superstippi@xxxxxx> wrote:
in all honesty, I completely forgot about you in this instance. You totally misunderstood and thought I intention to hint at you. This was not my intention at all.
You know, crap happens and sometimes things are misunderstood online. But for the moment could we all please refrain from posting in this thread and/or topic anymore, at least for a few days or maybe a week. I don't feel that anything productive is coming out of it. I and others like Michael S tried to provide some action points to move things forward, but nonetheless the arguing continued. Though Waldemar did make the changes I suggested for the admin page on the web-site, which was great. The BeOS and by extension the Haiku community has always been a very laid back and friendly community and I think we should all take a step back and try to remember that. Jorge, I don't think you are a bad person, and you've contributed some great things to Haiku, but I must admit your style of communicating can be abrasive at times. While I'm sure it can be frustrating being the sole marketing guy in the admin team, you are a bit assumptive to think no developer could understand marketing. Maybe that is not what you are saying, but it came off that way in your communication. The point is, I can't imagine things in the admin team were quite as black and white as you perceived. But please, I ask you with utmost sincerity to let this topic quiet down for a week or so and refrain from posting another long reply. Thanks and hoping I can act like a 3rd party in this debate, Ryan