[scribus] Scribus Icons Contest 2011
Ralf-Diether.Ebel at gmx.de
Sat Oct 8 19:51:22 UTC 2011
I didn't me someone special (you). It was the general impression that
most were criticizing special things of the contest. Maybe they are
right. Thats not my point.
I simply want to thank a.l.e for stepping out, thinking about this,
doing some work, pushing things forward, maybe with some faults, but
he is doing it. Other would "release" only perfect things (which we
need also), but I thing doing steps forward even with (maybe) smaller
fault is better than doing nothing. A.l.e. did. Thanks again for this.
Am 08.10.2011 21:14, schrieb Alexandre Prokoudine:
> On Sat, Oct 8, 2011 at 10:51 PM, Ralf-Diether Ebel wrote:
>> Hi A.l.e.
>> after so many "strokes" you got for doing this false and possibly that could
>> be changed:
>> Thank you that you took up this subject, did the time and work to think and
>> write about.
>> And I personally find it not VERY encouraging how many people which are not
>> going to participate complain about this.
> Mmm... I'm genuinely puzzled. What you are literally saying is that
> the fact that many people complain (which they didn't do, by the way,
> and not so many, in fact) is not encouraging. Logically when many
> people complain (again, which they don't do), usually it's a call to
> analysis and subsequent action, not childish defensive stance that ale
> took. Perhaps you meant something else?
> Just to clear things up: some of those "many people" actually
> contributed part of the existing iconset in the past (6 or 7 years
> ago) and brought the question of the iconset inconsistence up in the
> devel mailing list a year ago, then repeated that on IRC few months
> ago only to get another childish defensive stance (from same person)
> with a claim "we actually have people who are ready to work on that".
> Now, I'm happy that someone actually bothered to take care of that and
> I will help getting as much attention to the contest as possible, even
> though I feel extremely reluctant to exposing people to a team where
> the loudest member cannot deal with constructive criticism like a
> grown-up person.
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