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Re: The ethics to answer questionsby
Shanghai Open Stone Co., LTD., Oliver Yuan
What do you really want to have? Can you list what you're not satisfying with? Did the community block you to contribute anything to the community? In the community, mutual respect and gratitude is essential.
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Date: Mon, May 23, 2016 11:17 AM
Subject: Re: The ethics to answer questions
:-) Thanks Nhomar
Quien a hierro mata, a hierro muere es una formulación de la bíblica ley del Talión, que ya hemos comentado: Ojo por ojo, diente por diente. Reclama que a quien haya obrado mal se le pague con la misma moneda; se puede usar como amenaza para el que está actuando de forma torticera, que no debe esperar que los demás se comporten con él mejor de lo que él mismo lo hizo, sino recibir en pago similar prenda.
La cuestión es que Chávez ya se ha acostumbrado a inventar estos planes desestabilizadores; será por eso que dicen que “el que a hierro mata a hierro muere”. La cuestión es que él, desde 1999 asegura que los militares le han querido dar un golpe, luego lo dijo en 2000, en 2002 y de allí para adelante, todos los días, lo cual parece una obsesión o, también puede ser, una buena campaña propagandística göebeliana, como las que le enseñó Fidel Castro.
Chavez is in Venzuela for people who have never heard that name before.
we all here are happy that you are not Odoo by the way. It would simply not exist!
Fortunately there are many other people which are just the opposite and which help to keep people in the community!
Perhaps you understand it the way you like t have it:
I don't think that Giyf and that you RTFM you just posted here. You better STFW for better answers!
When somebody use what you do for free and put your principles in doubt then you can not expect receive claps.
Aren't you using an Open Source Product released under AGPL, LGPL License like many others do it the same way?
Have you ever read the license? I hope so as than you know that there is no restriction in using and even in distributing it for free.
If you don't like that release your stuff as proprietary code, close it down, put it under your pillow and be happy with it as another one might have a similar Open Source Solution already. It is up to you! You make the decisions - but if you are using the AGPL, LGPL or LGPL or similar licenses don't complain about people using your stuff for free, as they are the ones making you not jobless!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCACZOj1TV4 - do you remember?
Weren't those nice times, and nobody complained that their code get used by others for free! At that time even our ideas found nice responses and people liked to get things done and integrated in odoo the way we mentioned, some of those ideas are meanwhile available by the way. Great others unfortunately got only into the Enterprise Edition.
And listen carefully to those speaking and why they love Odoo. All of them are talking about the great OpenERP - now Odoo, and some even mention that it is so great and different from others as it has no closed source stuff in parallel etc. Yes this was a real Free Open Source Software Community in 2011!
And those are only very few of many other examples where People praise and market OpenERP for its real Free Open Source Community. Now in Odoo many of those are still in that community and many still try to keep that spirit up and running even it is hard, but others already are doing following the ones who close things down more and more.