Re: Open letter to Martin Schulze
email@example.com (Martin Schulze) wrote on 26.03.97 in <m0w9rXw-000VLNC@finlandia.Infodrom.North.DE>:
> Bruce Perens writes:
> > Thus, I am forced to tell 4 developers to shut up on my own call.
> > Unfortunately, two of them are running our master site and I just
> > don't _trust_ them any longer.
> I think the past has shown who is more trustful, two maintainer
> of a machine who have never broke anything on it or a leader who has
> broken the lists twice, resigned from the project and came back
> several times.
For some reason (probably related to mails on mailing lists), for me, the
answer is the one guy gets my vote.
There's more stuff you can break than mailing lists. I think the two guys
broke more of that other stuff than the one guy did. (Even though he *did*