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sean at openmoko.com
Fri Jul 25 08:50:07 CEST 2008
I will reply over the weekend.
Yorick Moko wrote:
> the unabomber would know what to do! :)
> No, seriously: enough openmoko-members read these mails.
> It seems unimaginable that none of the design team has seen this
> thread. It's about time they spoke up or that someone at openmoko
> (Steve, Michael, Neng-Yu Tu ?) gave us some more info about the design
> departement and how they implement the "openeness" of the project
> there (no offence meant). Because it seems they are pretty closed to
> the community, but this is just an impression and I might be wrong and
> would like to see me proven wrong).
> On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 1:24 PM, Stroller
> <stroller at stellar.eclipse.co.uk> wrote:
>> On 24 Jul 2008, at 08:30, arne anka wrote:
>>>> If you've been mismanaged/micromanaged so badly that you've had to
>>>> what Neitzche called the "Sklavmoral"-- or "I'm not paid to
>>>> think, I'm
>>> well, nietzsche told a lot of stuff and ended up in the funny farm
>>> in due
>>> time ... and if his own morale was that much better than
>>> sklavenmoral is
>>> up to discusssion.
>>> anyway, what raster tries to say, imho, is: do not bother _him_
>>> with your
>>> criticism but the designers themselves -- saying he's only the
>>> makes imo sufficiently clear that he's not teh one to make that
>>> and as he wrote before his opinion is not taken in account.
>>> so, if you want to have it changed, bother the design department.
>> I did mean to reply to one of Carsten's earlier (yesterday) messages
>> and say "I'm not having a go at you personally, mate".
>> But it is in order to badger the "design department" that we're
>> posting to -community on the subject.
>> We don't seem to have contact details for the "design department" and
>> with Carsten washing his hands of the matter (apparently justifiably)
>> Openmoko seem to be ignoring the subject. How else can we get
>> Openmoko to take our opinions into account, other than to post here?
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