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Re: Call for vote: Nautilus use Browser view for fedora 11

On Sat, Dec 20, 2008 at 9:24 PM, Jeff Spaleta <jspaleta gmail com> wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 20, 2008 at 10:53 AM, Mark <markg85 gmail com> wrote:
>> Now that you say it like that you might be right.
> I'm always right.  That has never been the problem for me. Its just
> one of those inherent truths of the universe.

don't get over confidence now

> But you know what, its not enough for me to be right all the time.
> The skill I've had to learn over time is how to persuade other people,
> I'm still learning.  It's a trick you should probably invest some time
> thinking about developing.

... if i sometime want that i will contact you oke?
>> However my post was not with the intention to demand a vote.. just
>> to.. vote how you liked it.
> Yes, your actual intention was probably not the intention people read
> into your actions.  The same could be said for people on the other
> side.  Noone has figured out how to write a markup language for human
> intention...and as a result any passionate discussion degrades
> severely as we are wired to read intention but without body language
> and vocal ques...we absolutely do it wrong when relying solely on
> written language. Even more so with English! If we mandated everyone
> encode thought into Lisp we'd be having more constructive discussions
> (and less of them). The productivity of the list would be through the
> roof.

... i think i agree ...
>> Btw your idea of "my spin idea" might very well be true ^_^ it's just
>> that it sucks up so much time which i don't want to spend at it.
> That's a copout excuse.  You are spending a lot of time right now
> beating your head on the brick wall on this issue.  Figuring out a
> technical solution in the form of a LiveCD under the umbrella of the
> GNOME project might actually be the better argument than what you are
> doing now.

not an excuse just a fact. besides that fact i just need to use fedora
with a project of mine.

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