[Dbix-class] Twitter accounts
perl at froods.org
Wed Jan 31 19:36:27 GMT 2018
I can't vote as I don't have a twitter account.
I vote for the option where people can actually cooperate in a group where
$size > 1.
I think Jess deserves an apology here. Reasonable communication could have
been had, but instead there was none, with the implication that she was
holding the account to ransom.
I am extremely disappointed in the "if I can't have full sole control of
everything, then I will hold the entire community hostage and make it seem
like it's everyone else's fault" attitude. Being able to work with a group
is an important and necessary skill with open source. It is a fallacy in
the extreme to assert that an account, or a project, would "wither" if all
other people would be removed from being able to contribute.
On Wed, Jan 31, 2018 at 11:22 AM, Peter Rabbitson <rabbit+dbic at rabbit.us>
> On 01/31/2018 07:55 PM, Matt S Trout wrote:
>> <snip a large writeup>
>> ... I would suggest that there are two easy possibilities to maintain
>> as an all-community announce account while still allowing riba ...
> I am not sure which event(s) from roughly 2014-onwards leave anyone with
> the impression that I am in any way interested in any participation in
> anything that can be labeled as "all-community".
> As far as I am concerned there is no dispute nor a crisis here. I took the
> account onwards as to not have it wither like everything else. This has now
> been reverted. I have no interest in arguing one way or another any further
> ( as per the quoted tweet - there is no point ).
> Since you are reading this storm-in-a-cup distraction anyway: please vote
> at the linked poll whether you'd be interested in future
> twitter-announcements on various DBIC-and-related-stuff matters, or whether
> the tweet-craze has ran its course: https://twitter.com/ribasushi/
> Cheers, and apologies for once again bringing an mst to your INBOX :/
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