[ros-dev] Break

David Hinz post.center at gmail.com
Sat Oct 15 21:34:24 CEST 2005

Alex Ionescu schrieb:

> Hi,
> Since it seems Emanuele has not made a post about this yet, maybe I 
> should... I have been informed that due to time and focus reasons, 
> Emanuele has decided to leave the project for an indeterminate time 
> (forever?). I wish him the best of luck, and I thank him for his 
> contributions to ReactOS.
> I have also talked to Filip lately, and I have understood from him 
> that he will also be gone for the next month or two.
> Finally, in light of recent events, I feel that it's also best if I 
> follow the example and take a break as well. I was undecided before, 
> but the recent fight over the TC has convinced me that maybe this 
> isn't the best place or time for me to apply my knowledge. I'm bit 
> sick of being always the one in the middle of a fight. First I was 
> blamed for always breaking the tree or causing incompatibilities, and 
> now I'm blamed for project decisions as well. I really have too many 
> things to worry about in life then to spend my life fighting all the 
> time. I don't care that there are 40 people on IRC that agree with me, 
> but when Jason and Ge, which are the two most influencial members of 
> this project seem to be set against me, then I don't want to cause any 
> more trouble.
> Best regards,
> Alex Ionescu
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Well, I'm more or less new to this project, but I think this will be a 
big loss.
You did, as far as I can rate it, great work and I can't find any mail 
that shows me, somebody doesn't like you.
But sometimes a break is good, a lot of singers and artists did breaks 
and it was good for their career.

So, I hope you will come back someday and we will find some people who 
are skilled enough to 'replace' you in the meantime.


David Hinz

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