On Sun, Dec 20, 2020 at 3:11 PM Neal Gompa <ngompa13(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Sun, Dec 20, 2020 at 8:14 AM Mark Stopka <mstopka(a)opensuse.org> wrote:
$SUBJECT, someone should share the memo with Stefan...
He apparently feels a sole gatekeeper of a project that has 74
packages in total, 9 failing, 7 unresolvable including 2 years old
verilator that is linked to Factory...
While I agree that an SR to bump versions is fair game, your attitude
to the maintainer is reprehensible. Suggesting incompetence to the
maintainer is not how you get them to work with you.
Good luck taking on CentOS with this attitude,
EDA space is not where
openSUSE can shine if community members act like they need to protect
their tiny projects, I have requested a separate OBS project for ASIC
and FPGA EDA effort, and was told to use electronics, so make up your
Why do you think we want to do it the way you're proposing?
I'll bite, what is your alternative, I proposed 2 different separate projects...
it's worth, if you tried to gaslight me for my devel project like
you're doing to Stefan now, then I would *definitely* never want to
"my devel project" - it is not his devel project, he takes care of a
few packages, then there are other maintainers who abandoned the
project, one of which was maintaining Yosis which this request was
is intended for a person on a BCC... 🤦♂️
This is unnecessary and leaves me feeling like there's some kind of
inside joke I'm missing...
Yes, it is some kind of inside joke you are missing, just like the
below, so it makes no sense to react to it further... apart from
We have ways to do conflict resolution, this
Because repeatedly with no reasonable justification rejecting requests
for access to a project you are a CO-MAINTAINER, not OWNER is, as well
as rejecting update requests for a package that was not touched in 4
years by anybody else without any meaningful justification either.
> > Question: What can SUSE help you with to grow the community? Not to
> > place roadblocks in my way... I'd Stefan is such a roadblock, so
> > perhaps board@ can start removing community roadblocks also, I am not
> > facing any roadblocks from SUSE at this point. He rejected a valid
> > version update of a package which is not even linked to Factory or any
> > upstream, yet provided 0 specific issues with the request...
> What would SUSE have to do with this? This is openSUSE, run and
> governed by the community. And speaking of community, if I were on the
> board, I wouldn't lift a finger to help you with the attitude you're
> demonstrating. You don't automatically get a free pass to do whatever
> just like that. Maintainership isn't just about doing the work, it's
> about cooperating with others for the good of the community. You are
> currently not demonstrating either.
> 真実はいつも一つ！/ Always, there's only one truth!