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>From what i know she hasn’t flamed any one either.
THe brltty dev is also a very very calm and gentle person to talk with but it might be that they’re talking across eachother.
Not sure though.
Also i guess when a user is frustrated its not the right time to tell a dev what to do or not to do.
It can actually be quite harsh sometimes.
I know that from myself even though i try to calm down before i want to suggest something.
> 8 okt. 2017 kl. 23:27 skrev Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com>:
> I haven't seen this discussion but I doubt very much there's been a lot of flaiming going on. I don't know the BRLTTY developer, but Joanie, the Orca developer, is always tactful, and I've never even seen her come close to flaiming anyone. I'd be more than surprised if she ever engaged in a flame war.
> On 10/08/2017 03:33 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> Linux for blind general discussion, on dim. 08 oct. 2017 19:33:58 +0000, wrote:
>>> I do think that we'll either have to find another way of doing braille stuff,
>> It'd mean a lot of work. Way better use the corresponding workforce to
>> just improve existing things, on the long run it'll go way further.
>>> or hammer down on those two project leaders to work together,
>> Hammering is never a good thing to do. To me it just seems that the
>> issues have just not been discussed with both parties together. A mere
>> discussion with both mailing lists in Cc would be enough.
>>> because this blaming on each other isn't getting braille anywhere.
>> Sure, but that's to be expected when discussing only with one side at a
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