Centralization of graphical awesomeness

Sebastian Krzyszkowiak seba.dos1 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 28 20:30:00 CET 2009

On 10/28/09, DJDAS <djdas at djdas.net> wrote:
> Sebastian Krzyszkowiak wrote:
>> But I will. Creating Illume themes and even redesigning it completely
>> is easier than for Qt or GTK+. I tried it (i'm author of Niebiee
>> theme), so I know :P
>> Really, you're annoying.
> Sorry
>>> other people, I don't agree with Raster and SHR maintainers simply
>>> because they don't care users but think about themselves and this is why
>>> I never installed SHR and won't never write a program using EFL.
>> Now you showed that you shouldn't write anything in this topic.
> Sorry
>> How
>> the hell you can say "SHR developers don't care about users", when you
>> never used it? And without basic knowledge about what's going? (to
>> explain: for some time there is launched contest for light, fast and
>> good looking Illume and elementary theme in SHR, which will became
>> default, as we wanted to change default theme for really long time.
> Maybe a contest asking if users wanted to launch "opkg upgrade" without
> messing their system at random one day yes and the following no?
> Maybe asking if the unstable or stable o testing branches could be
> useful for ALL instead of deciding to break things without any advice? I
> think community driven means "we want to decide one thing do you agree
> with us or suggest something better?" not "we decide to do something and
> you are only passive testers" simply because even the Freerunner is a
> high end user device, not every high end user is a Linux system expert
> or able to fix something...But maybe I'm wrong so sorry again...
>> Really, calm down. You're using strange arguments, which don't cover
>> reality at all. And it's really near to trolling (if it isn't
>> already).
> It's not trolling, I never trolled or wanted to, but asked questions and
> told my opinion (I was rude in my first post but I explained why), if
> this is not acceptable only because I don't fully agree with Raster or
> SHR devs it's not my problem and I'll continue to work by myself and (if
> possible) share my results with anyone interested in, otherwise it's
> really not a problem and my life will go on as ever :) my way of
> thinking the Freerunner is written in the little green card I found in
> its box...
> So sorry again and good bye.

Well, don't be sorry. Just please, be little more friendly when
expressing your opinions, as discussing when being close to insults
isn't nice ;) That's all.

Personally I think you're wrong, but I'm not God, not even Flying
Spaghetti Monster, so we both can be wrong ;)

Sebastian Krzyszkowiak

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