On 14/04/11 11:14 PM, Filipus Klutiero wrote:
> The only thing you could say I disagreed with was
> Daniel's removal of the information on how to put a USB image on a
> stick, and I think calling that a "disagreement" is sensationalist. I
> consider the removal as nothing but a simple error.
It was not a mistake. You were told it was not. You acted against the
wishes of this project. If that's not a clear expression of your
dissent, I don't know what is.
> I don't see how I would have thwarted anyone's efforts. I simply
> restored information. If the effort was to move that information, I was
> not preventing in any way anyone to properly move it again.
All information in that section of the wiki was our responsibility to
look after. Your unwelcome restoration of the information to the wrong
location, repeatedly, was indeed thwarting us. Like a child who insists
on making her works of art on the wall instead of her notebook, you
consumed an unreasonable amount of our time to deal with your actions.
This very thread is a further waste of my time. Your minor bug filing
notwithstanding, your net contribution to improving our documentation so
far has been negative.
> Sure, but filing a bug report by itself does not solve a problem.
That may be, but unilaterally acting against the wishes of a project,
modifying a site which they have responsibility for when you've been
told not to does not solve a problem either. It makes one.
> No, I didn't mean to say that anyone had a fixation on the wiki, but if
> you think someone did, it must not be me, nor you. It's unfortunate that
> you consider I worked against you. I worked for users, and
> I would like to be told if that work happened to be detrimental to the
> work of any other contributor.
What? How can you consider yourself *not* to have been told after all
this? Argh. I give up.