Rockbox mail archiveSubject: flamefest (was Re: I'm out)
flamefest (was Re: I'm out)
From: Daniel Stenberg <daniel_at_haxx.se>
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 16:15:41 +0200 (MET DST)
On Mon, 16 Sep 2002, Florian Mösch wrote:
> There was a deadlock situation in the languages discussion: Daniel asked
> proposals to his design and the only answer I saw from him (not only to my
> ideas but also to the others) was "my design is better".
If you decide to not read my responses, I don't see how I can be blamed.
Weirdly enough, many other people got my point and understood why my solution
offered a working approach where your version didn't.
If that is rudeness, then yes, I was rude. Sorry for that.
Sorry, but when I write the code. I get to pick the way to go.
> It is your project, your design and your decision - but (Daniel) if you
> don't like to be criticized don't ask for it.
You have not (yet) offered a working replacement. So what mistake am I doing
when I go with the so far only presented *working* solution?
You criticize me for this?
> And this is not the proper style to stop a discussion: "Unfortunately,
> being a grown-up is mandatory when discussing this with me." (Daniel
> Stenberg) Let us calm down a little bit.
Your "*big boss*" talk was rude and insulting, you cannot deny that. It was
at a level I connect with kindergarten. I'm sorry and appologize that I
decented to the same level there for a moment.
Again, I speak of strict technical merits. If it is "my" or "your" design
doesn't matter that much to me. I prefer the best *working* one.
-- Daniel "Bagder" Stenberg -- http://rockbox.haxx.se/Received on 2002-09-16