On Thu, 2002-05-30 at 02:21, Jeffrey Stedfast wrote:
I'm waiting for your "well written" patch since you seem to know so much.
No. I won't help you with this attitude. I'd rather help a project like CronosII to integrate procmail as a filter and fetchmail to get mails locally than advertise their product by comparison with yours. I'm not playing asshole here. I just tell you that you should change your attitude. Free software is a two way road. As you asked me in one previous mail to be nice to you as you as I don't pay for your product, also you should be nice with the people that want to help you, as this is free software, no marketing... lots of competition and as you underlined by asking for those patches - when you are unable to correct something, the community does that FOR YOU, FOR FREE.
This is a Free Software project and I do NOT appreciate being constantly insulted by the likes of you.
I don't want either to have products from people like you, so we're even I guess.
Okay. I will. This is my last mail. No wonder the Ximian contribution to gnome is only bloated code that isn't quite portable outside the i386 world but is slow and the developers wait for outside help rather than saying just "okay, it's on the todo list and we'll do it when we'll have the time". If Gnome was a Ximian product probably I'd have to wait for version 5.2 to have an usable copy... or should I say 4.10.1600?
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