[Dev] About non-monetary donations

Tiberiu-Cezar Tehnoetic tct at ceata.org
Fri Apr 21 13:32:41 GMT 2017

On 21.04.2017 16:30, fauno wrote:
> Tiberiu-Cezar Tehnoetic <tct at ceata.org> writes:
>> On 21.04.2017 07:59, hellekin wrote:
>>> Tiberiu, you should really stop being confrontational and accusatory.
>> Bare with me until June 5th. I'm done giving the benefit of the doubt to
>> people acting maliciously and trying very hard to damage my and my
>> organization reputation, and also rendering the Parabola websites with a
>> lot of dead links (for some lame excuse that they wanted to make the
>> artwork "better" so they deleted it).
>> If I weren't to insist on them returning Parabola hardware, we wouldn't
>> be having this discussion now.
> i agree with hellekin, it's tiresome for everyone still here :) i just
> want it to get over with.  i noticed when you're angry everyone starts
> to get pissed at you instead of hearing what you have to say (and others
> on a calmer tone get their opportunity to get their message across ;)
> IMO emulatorman can keep the ac converter and the other replacement
> stuff if he's still using it.  we can consider it a very little in-kind
> donation for his work (which we should've distributed before, but that's
> another discussion).
> the hardware that was being used to maintain the arm port is still
> useful to keep working on it and it was donated to parabola, so we'd
> like it back, correct?  we can pay the shipment since it's ours.
> if it's to me, i won't use it since i don't work on the arm port, so
> maybe we can send it directly to the arm port hackers, or other hacker
> that wants to work on the arm port and couldn't because of missing
> hardware?  otherwise we'll have to pay two shipments.
> do you all think this is correct?  can we work from here?

Your (plural) call.


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