Re: "mc is over!?" - post by Ilia Maslakov on Russian-speaking IT site

On Sat, 2015-05-30 at 15:22 +0300, Paul Sokolovsky wrote:
Everything will be done on best effort basis, just the same as was
done before, and as always the case with OpenSource projects.

That's nonsense; most successful open source projects have drivers who
are either employed to invest time into it, or have other circumstances
that allow them to invest 10 hours per week as a bare minimum and above.

This is where the community shines: if you have several drivers who are
able to process contributions in a timely manner, it adds a lot of
value, innovation, diversity, etc.

Acceptance is the first step. If that is achieved, we can discuss
technical and organizational/personal commitments aspects. 

I don't buy this; the first step is getting some real work done. Then we
can discuss the acceptance.


Moofie is convincing, because he's done some excellent work and then
went public with it. He didn't start by showing up and saying: hey, this
is my plan, you have to accept it first, and then we can see if I'm
actually going to do anything. He's already proven everything to me.

You are not convincing at all, because all you have done so far is to
waste a lot of time with your delusional posts (also in the thread
started by Moofie!), and it seems that I'm not the only one who isn't
very much impressed.

Sincerely yours,
Yury V. Zaytsev

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