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From Stefano Mazzocchi <stef...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Stephen McConnell as a committer
Date Wed, 29 Sep 2004 15:16:58 GMT
Stephen McConnell wrote:

>>Ask yourself: if the HTTPD 2.0 project wiped out the documentation of
>>the 1.3 branch because "considered obsolete" what kind of image would
>>that have given the foundation? it doesn't matter that 2.0 is soooooo
>>much cooler than 1.3 and the documentation is way better and more
>>professional. It does not matter for those who depened on 1.3 and have
>>no reason to upgrade (or such an upgrade is too expensive for them to
>>balance the banefits of 2.0)
>>
>>This is called "respect for your peers once they disagree on what you
>>say and they get hurt by your decisions".
> 
> And this is a very weak argument!
> Moving on ...

Thanks for such a great description of exactly what the problem with you is.

I outlined something that was problematic for me and you outlined what 
was good for you and you disregarded my concerns as a very weak argument.

This has to stop.

-- 
Stefano.


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