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Re: The ethics to answer questionsby
My only comment is “No I’m not selfish because I sell my services. And I think you have to respect me as long as I didn’t insult you, Your contribution doesn’t give you that right."
On May 22, 2016, at 9:22 PM, Nhomar Hernandez <email@example.com> wrote:It is funny! (really funny).Then now it is somebody else fault the counter principles decisions you did.?What responsable situation.!?Do I need to remember that the first "contribution" done by you guys was "sale" trainings and code in a public communitary channel without even answer a first public question?.Do I need to look for the history of the list?.Guys.... really!?.Guys like you that demand respect without show even respect from the time of others is really the one that push the people that "really work" and put their time where their mouth is think twice into continue doing full open things.When you have a team paid and your own code represent at least the 10% of what we did/do/"will do" for this community then you can say that answer with a LGTFY and/or a RTFM is **rude**.Don't blame others for your selfish personal decisions....Everybody here deserve an answer with the same value of the comment they do......try to seriously read this:But let me resume for you a little:1.- If you simple explain properly your reasons and what you tried without mention conclusiones based on incomplete information you will receive the proper answer.2.- If you stop deviate threads to:a.- divert the objective intentions of everything.a.- Make personal marketing selling yourself as "Experts" of something that it is clear not true making statements as ABSOLUTE TRUE.3.- Try to convert every single thread in a process to divert the person that answer against an idea.4.- Again... use this channels as a personal consultancy for every single 2 lines question that come to your mind without even showe the decensy of explain what did you do.Then please .... I defend the ones that REALLY make the software which I work with not the oneas that "claim" to know how it must be done.Thanks.On Sun, May 22, 2016 at 1:52 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Well @Nhomar is the reason that I don't want to contribute the development of Odoo and redirected myself to something else because his non-friendly responses.