[MeeGo-dev] Architecture decisions (was Re: migration (back) to EDS)
carsten at maemo.org
Wed Mar 23 09:09:27 PDT 2011
On Wed Mar 23 2011 05:36:42 PM EET, Mathias Hasselmann <mathias at openismus.com> wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, den 23.03.2011, 08:41 +0000 schrieb Andrew Flegg:
> > However, it would be sensible to
> > remember that this is a decision that Nokia's *board* took; not the
> > employees of Nokia who were - and are - participating in MeeGo. The
> > latent hostility coming through from some !@nokia.com addresses is
> > unbecoming.
> Thank you for pointing this out. Actually I am quite worried how
> arguments from people who got their hands dirty for years in PIM domain
> are ignored easily, simply because they are from "the other team". Where
> is the good old "assume people mean well"?
> Arjan, did you ever consider that those Nokia people raising concerns
> here, are smart and dedicated persons that really care about MeeGo?
I think this discussion and (passive?) agressiveness has gone on for too long. I would propose that if you have a problem with decisions made, present a dispute to the TSG stating your exact objections, potential solutions to the issue and let it be evaluated and let the answer to the dispute from TSG be the final word. It is a role of the TSG to solve these kind of disputes.
We can't be bogged down with flamewars forever and we do need to make sure that when a decision is made by people nominated in roles where they should make the hard decisions, it is followed. Or we'll go nowhere with MeeGo.
Before any of you point out that Imad from Intel is the only person in TSG at the moment, that TSG meetings are public and that decisions made are public record. I personally trust that Imad will be objective and resolve the dispute properly.
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