SFABobby03, on Jan 6 2005, 09:44 PM, said:
The other person saw an issue with the code as written. I agreed with him. Voiced it. Was basically told that I didn't know what I was talking about and that my opinion was worthless because I am new. Now, after being attacked like that, what am I suppose to think about this thing?
And I agreed that you both had a point and was trying to steer the discussion in the direction of forming a consensus to address your point.
Since you asked, I'd say that you're supposed to think that the attack is one person's opinion and not representative of everyone who has worked on the Creed. Take the high road and join me in a discussion of how to address your concern, rather than counter attacking. When someone offers me
a way out of a flame war that preserves my integrity, I jump on it!
The process of developing the Creed has been very open and sometimes very frustrating for those of us editing it. There's a lot of give and take, and every time you think you've got it right, someone comes a long with another concern. Such is the nature of developing a community consensus, and I'm trying to listen and respond to the concerns that people raise.
In that vein, did my last suggestion:
Check if permission is required before placing a cache on private property, and respect the landowner's wishes.
address your concerns?
Does it create other concerns?
This post has been edited by Kai Team: 07 January 2005 - 03:21 PM