Re: A question to the Debian community ...
On Wed, May 23, 2007 at 10:42:13AM +0200, Wouter Verhelst wrote:
> On Fri, May 11, 2007 at 12:51:23PM +0200, Sven Luther wrote:
> > It is amazing to what step people can resort just to silence the voice
> > of their own concience and don't be reminded of their shame.
> There is no shame here. There is only annoyance.
There is shame, there is shame, because you support the side who did not
which the solution solved, you support the side who did make sure the
annoyance would not get away, there is shame, because i asked you to
help solving this, and you declined, because the you said the other
party would not hear you.
There is shame, because of the way the DAMs handled this, without
following their own guidelines, without enough transparency in the
There is shame, because, you, as did the two last DPLs and the DAMs,
have recognized that Debian has acted unfairly toward me. You all claim
the current situation was inevitable, but was another solution even
There is shame, because i proposed to have an in-real-life meeting at
FOSDEM, and it was rejected, and Frans passed beside me without
returning my greeting, and Holger was insulting to me, and Geert
attacked me for organizing a TV set for the FOSDEM booth.
There is shame, because Debian let people try to expulse me because i
candidated as DPL, and the DAMs turned the request in such a way as this
would not be apparent.
There is shame, because nobody recognize the hurt and suffering this has
caused to me, because undertending this behaviour is the idea of
considering fellow DDs as machines which can be exploited and thrown
away at the minor inconvenience.
There is shame, and i question your honour and human decency for not
recognizing it, i am sure i don't understand how you can look yourself
in a mirror after the mail you posted.
But then, i am not surprised anymore, and if you all want me to go away,
i will certainly never again lose my time and work to be vampirized by
debian, but i will always continue to making my voice heard to remember
your concience of your shame.