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From Werner Keil <>
Subject Re: JIRA tickets and setting
Date Tue, 06 Jan 2015 14:03:16 GMT

Neither in JIRA tickets nor threads I used insulting or negative language,
please just check the archives to see who did;-)
Responding to one or the other negative post in a way or simply answering
that the allegations are untrue may have happened, but I did never attack
any parts of the team or project with no good reason, that were others...

In some tickets especially on the safety risk of a built-in "admin console"
Volkan suggested he both understands the risk and supports the idea of
separating those concerns. He (and most others, see Eberhard's message)
always made the impression of properly responding to other's input. He also
didn't insult you when you told him you did not like to use library XYZ;-)


On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 2:56 PM, Reza Naghibi <
> wrote:

> Werner,
> I had demoted your admin rights on JIRA last week purely out of concern
> since you had a history of escalating incidents. I did not want to expose
> DeviceMap users to the situation as it was unfolding. I sent an email
> warning you about this as well. I admit that this was not the correct thing
> to do and I take responsibility for this. It was really the only thing I
> could do to try and contain the situation.
> Are you aware of the proper conduct on JIRA? Specifically, insulting and
> negative language is never appropriate.
>       From: Werner Keil <>
>  To:
>  Sent: Tuesday, January 6, 2015 8:44 AM
>  Subject: JIRA tickets and setting
> Hi,
> I noticed, at least one or two components "lost" a component lead recently.
> Also the user (historically I have 2, Bertrand set the right credentials to
> "keilw" allowing me to help as founding member to DeviceMap before code or
> actual user IDs for commits were in place. Apache convention had me
> change/recreate the JIRA user, so I had one "root" to manage and one simply
> to work on tickets) Bertrand applied necessary credentials no longer works,
> so I can't help fixing this.
> Where no components exist or can be created, e.g. for Jenkins jobs, etc.
> the default (no component) would always be assigned to just one user even
> though that user may not be the person in charge of such action. Others
> won't even see the task was created or be notified if they don't own the
> ticket nor anybody (other than the standard assignee of all tickets) can
> assign them properly without the necessary credentials.
> TIA,
> Werner

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