- Date: Fri, 02 Mar 2018 09:30:23 +0100
- From: Joerg Jaspert <joerg@xxxxxxxxxx>
On 14963 March 1977, Pirate Praveen wrote:
>> I wonder why you think "a single ftpmaster". We are a team. We closely
>> coordinate what we do and how we do it. When one of us rejects, the team
>> rejects - it just happens to be a random one of us doing it. Others do
>> not need to get involved and review everything. Or we wouldn't ever be
>> able to get anything done if each of us always has to weight in on any
>> single issue.
> Thanks for the clarification. I was thinking about it more like how the
> courts work in India (possibly in other countries too). When a single
> judge decides on a case, there is always an option to appeal to larger
> bench (more number of judges).
> The team as a whole has to weigh in only when the decision of a single
> team member is challenged and such a review is requested.
> I don't think it is healthy to not have an option of reviewing
> individual members decisions.
> That leaves me only GR as a possible escalation route. I will think
> about it.
And no, I didnt say one can not ever challenge a reject, although one
can put that meaning in my words, sorry for that. Quite the contrary,
despite other rumours, we are all just humans, and humans make mistakes.
And we are open to be told about such and do admit them, and yes, that
But if you continously "run into the same wall", then it does not do any
good to assume its that one person hating you and that, if you happen to
get to another team member, they will like you. It's the wrong mindset.
Also, possibly we should adjust our communications here, at least get
others to respond/jump in (earlier). Not sure we need it so much formal
as Ian wrote down, but get someone else in early shouldn't hurt.