[OpenWrt-Devel] [LEDE-DEV] [PATCH v2] merge: add OpenWrt branding
knaack.h at gmx.de
Wed Nov 1 20:18:43 EDT 2017
Mike Baker wrote on 31.10.2017 04:46:
> On 10/28/2017 4:52 PM, Hartmut Knaack wrote:
>> Philip Prindeville wrote on 28.10.2017 23:20:
>>> Hi all,
>>> Does it seem to anyone else that we’re making this more complicated
>>> than it needs to be?
>>> If one of the goals we’re going for from here on out is “equality”,
>>> then a basic litmus test to be applied to any action might be “does
>>> this get us closer to a level playing field, or further away”?
>>> Since not everyone gets an @openwrt.org email address, I think the
>>> answer to “can we use @openwrt.org email addresses in SOB’s?” is by
>>> extension, “no, because it doesn’t get us closer to a level playing
>>> We don’t need to argue the finer points of the letter of the law if
>>> the spirit of the law is already adequately clear.
>> Full Ack!
>> And in addition, from my point of view, the openwrt mail service got
>> seriously tainted, when the early LEDE founders got their @openwrt.org
>> accounts deactivated without prior notice. What is it worth having such
>> an address in a SOB, if you can't trust that it will last?
> Actually you've both hit the nail on the head, the email accounts were
> disabled immediately after the LEDE announcement because it was
> announced using an openwrt email address but without discussion, prior
> knowledge or approval from the rest of the group.
This raises some more questions: which terms and conditions did people have
to approve to get an @openwrt.org address? Where can these terms and
conditions be found? Is every email sent from such an address supposed to
be discussed and approved by the group before it gets sent?
Furthermore: how many percent of "the group" needs to agree when it comes
to disabling someones address? 50% or 67%?
> (All history now, let's work on fixing things)
If we don't learn from our mistakes, history will repeat.
> - Mike
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