[Sugar-devel] [RELEASE] Sugar-Artwork 0.111-libre unstable
ibiamchihurumnaya at gmail.com
Sat Sep 16 04:31:42 EDT 2017
Sebastian, do you mind me saying/assuming that you're bringing this up
because James released 0.111 and you think it has something to do with
On Sat, Sep 16, 2017 at 6:07 AM, Sebastian Silva <sebastian at fuentelibre.org>
> Hi Martin,
> I would like to point out to you and the rest of the community that
> initially this was a pull request. Gonzalo "unilaterally" shut down the
> pull request calling it "nonsense". This arrogance prompted me to use the
> privileges which I have gained in order to make a point, that this is a
> grave issue that cannot be ignored any longer. And so I went ahead and
> merged it.
> I have given my reasons for this transgression of development process,
> which nobody has been able to counter. I must insist in these uncomfortable
> questions: *Do downstream distributors, downstream service providers, and
> OLPC competitors, have permission to use this logo?*
> Why don't you set the example and offer constructive alternatives instead
> of making personal attacks?
> Talking of "unilateral" decisions, who made James Cameron our release
> manager? Walter? Unilaterally?
> Just wondering.
> For the record I support James 100% and will continue to offer my help in
> any way that I can even to his proprietary Ubuntu fork (that OLPC
> distributes privately including unpublished Debian packaging for many Sugar
> On 15/09/17 13:04, Martin Abente wrote:
> Another unilateral action from Sebastian, and a unprecedented new low.
> For what it's worth, I think I face stiff competition for that title.
> This "release" cannot be taken seriously.
> Trademark and Copyright law need to be taken seriously if we want to reach
> more children.
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