[wp-hackers] 24-hour has-patch marathon TODAY
gaarai at gaarai.com
Tue Apr 21 18:44:03 GMT 2009
Sorry to hear about your disappointment Daniel.
Good luck to you in your freelance and future projects.
Daniel Torreblanca wrote:
> I hate to beat a dead horse here, but while I think these suggestions
> are sound and helpful, I'm so incredibly disappointed with automattic.
> The original poster (and employee of automattic) didn't even reply to
> my statement - instead of discussion I received needlessly defensive
> and angry replies (and a few decent ones).
> I've been involved with several open source (and non open source)
> distributed projects over the years and greatly enjoy volunteering my
> time and work to get things accomplished as well as the community
> participation. Unfortunately, I don't like the way in which this
> project is handled, and have a major problem with contributing to a
> project where I have to spend more time running around convincing
> people to take a look at what I've done and soliciting feedback (which
> rarely happens) than it takes to actually do the work. Because there
> doesn't seem to be true leadership/direction here, the volunteer
> aspect of this all seems like a grossly inefficient and unappreciated
> waste of time.
> While there are several great people on this list, from which I've
> managed to learn a thing or two, that seems to be the exception rather
> than the rule. Most of what I read here is hot air, arguments and a
> whole lot of nothing, to be honest. So I'm outta here. Good luck wp
> hackers! :)
> - Daniel
> On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 12:01 PM, Jennifer Hodgdon
> <yahgrp at poplarware.com> wrote:
>> Stephen Rider wrote:
>>> Wow. Jeremy's email should be posted to the list once a month. :)
>> Or perhaps added to the Codex in the section about contributing patches.
>> -- Jennifer
>> Jennifer Hodgdon * Poplar ProductivityWare
>> Drupal, WordPress, and custom Web programming
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