[wp-hackers] Licensing and Copyright Issues with the Hello Dolly Plugin

William Davis will.davis at gmail.com
Fri Dec 17 05:02:39 UTC 2010

The members of the core team are all nice people (at least, all the  
one's I've met), but when they tell you to leave something alone (at  
least for the time being) usually it's good to listen to them — they  
have a lot on their plate and need to prioritize.


On Dec 16, 2010, at 5:12 PM, Jacob Santos wrote:

> I think the real issue is the venom towards potential future and  
> current
> contributors. I think based on this thread and ticket that the  
> attitude
> towards topics and tickets that the core team doesn't like will be  
> addressed
> like children on the playground and I'm seriously considering not
> participating in the future [1].
> I suggest listening to "How Open Source Projects Survive Poisonous  
> People" (
> http://video.google.nl/videoplay?docid=-4216011961522818645#) again  
> and take
> handling problematic people to heart. Creating a divide hurts the  
> community.
> Jacob Santos
> [1] I'm a little bit bias, because I have no intention of  
> contributing. This
> thread just solidifies that for me. I do wonder if this was how the
> community was before a lot of the team was split off and started  
> Habari?
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