[Qgis-developer] Re: [Qgis-user] bugfix and cheating
sim at gis-lab.info
Mon Feb 8 12:26:49 EST 2010
This is valuable lesson, but...
I guess it would be better for our community if you guys set arguing aside and reach
compromise (privately), may be somebody pay 50% and somebody may admit that was not
specific enough on deadlines. Just give some space for
misunderstanding and make peace.
As I see it, QGIS is making first steps in this direction and
experience may be sometimes frustrating. Treating QGIS as an org
providing bullet-proof warranties is a little premature.
Вы писали 8 февраля 2010 г., 11:13:07:
GC> Thank you.
GC> Qgis is the only organization, and Paolo is the only person I
GC> have had any problem with donating money.
GC> WHY DID NOT PAOLO SIMPLY MAKE A WORKING QGIS AVAILABLE FOR LINUX USERS BACK ON 23 JAN 2010?
GC> Why, 17 days later, can't Paolo answer that question?
GC> Why instead does Paolo write dozens of emails, that accomplish nothing good?
GC> If the executables had been made availabled by 31 Jan 2010, then
GC> Qgis would have gotten $1,000.00.
GC> Another Qgis user wrote to me saying Paolo told him to donate
GC> money for a bug fix in advance, and then hope it gets fixed at an
GC> unspecified time, months in the future. In the USA, payment for
GC> something to be fixed, is made only after the fix is delivered, never before.
GC> On Feb 8, 2010, at 11:44 AM, Barry Rowlingson wrote:
>> So I think Greg can keep his money, we can all hiss and boo at him,
>> but it's a lesson learned.
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