[Scribus] etiquette / scribus mailing list
Sat Nov 17 14:16:47 CET 2007
Roger, in Bangkok wrote:
> ... Haven't seen any mention yet of
> a "chat" for support ... doubt that would be very useful in a global
> community dealing with what appears to be some very quirky support issues.
You mean you haven't heard of #scribus on freenode.net??
IMO it works pretty nice. Of course most developers will be
there mainly between 19:00h and 24:00 European time, so
you'd have to get up early in Bangkok to talk to us.
> Like most things Lazlo, I think it's mostly about behaviour. As such, you
> probably won't see me posting much at all, and certainly very seldom would
> reply to lengthy, convoluted or multiple subject posts. If there are
> exceptions you will also note that I delete everything that I am not
> replying to. But that's just my behaviour, and certainly no reason to
> expect anyone else to copy it:-)
Very sensible behaviour, though.
> I'm not much of a political player, too old for that kinda crap, but I
> doubt that a serious and respected developer would be so thin-skinned.
Not thin-skinned at all. IMHO F) is the most important best practice here.
And you'd risk I ignore your message if you don't follow B) and D).
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