I really hope you reconsider this and don't leave Debian as an artist, as you are really needed here. As Robert Jaehne pointed out, there aren't too many people who know all the details about making a Debian theme.
And the last word about decisionmaking hasn't been spoken so far. As I see it, it's just two people talking, nothing more.
You have made a great artwork and showed a lot of skills. So let's relax and see what you like to do next.
Am 11.11.2010 10:40, schrieb Amir Dizdarević:--
Then I feel I have no business being here. Discrimination based on
meritocracy is wrong
IMHO. You cannot possibly know why someone will not / is not able to
Thank you all for your support and time.
On 11 November 2010 09:59, Yves-Alexis Perez<email@example.com> wrote:
On jeu., 2010-11-11 at 09:13 +0100, Amir Dizdarević wrote:
byI don't think a poll should be necessary at all, in future.
Say what? No! It's about the theme, something that should be considered
(that is, if they choose to do so), not about how to compile gcc or
-- this is not
a technical decision. I am rather disappointed you have such a stance. :(
I disagree, this is exactly the same thing. People are welcome to
participate in such a choice by making themes, preparing packages,
commenting stuff etc. and the final call should me made by relevant
people working on it, not by “everyone”.
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