[aur-general] TU application: Laszlo Papp
dieter at plaetinck.be
Sat Aug 1 13:56:57 EDT 2009
On Sat, 1 Aug 2009 10:51:38 -0700
Giovanni Scafora <giovanni at archlinux.org> wrote:
> 2009/7/31, Loui Chang <louipc.ist at gmail.com>:
> > I've been speaking to Laszlo over the past month and the impression that
> > I get is that he really doesn't understand boundaries when it comes to
> > communication. This can become extremely frustrating for the person he
> > is talking to.
> > When we first started talking, he asked me about many past TUs, and
> > about the reasons they quit, etc. I wondered why he wouldn't speak to
> > them directly instead of bothering me with such questions.
> > There has been multiple times that he has asked me for solutions to very
> > trivial problems. To make things worse, in one instance, he would shoot
> > down every one of my offered solutions.
> > Instead of choosing the most relevant route of communication, he will
> > choose the method that he believes will give him the fastest response,
> > no matter if it may cause disruption.
> > Example: He asks the same question to some of us directly via Jabber
> > rather than asking in an IRC channel (which we are all present in), even
> > after being asked to stop.
> > Example: He would contact me directly about something on the mailing
> > list that I had no involvement in, rather than sending an email to that
> > mailing list.
> > He has recently become extremely annoying.
> > His application does look impeccable though.
> > It's partly the result of lots of feedback from me, and probably other
> > Trusted Users.
> > I don't know if this should be a barrier to becoming a Trusted User,
> > but the fact is that I'm wary about working with him, and I can imagine
> > that other users might feel the same way.
> > I admire Laszlo's enthusiasm, and respect his goals but I don't think he
> > would be a good candidate for a Trusted User right now.
> I don't vote on TU matters anymore, but I totally agree with you.
Oh, so i'm not the only one who is annoyed by the 'invasive' communication style...
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