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#55 Substance

by SubtleRebel <>

Thursday December 20th, 2001 8:26 AM

You are replying to this message

>You're very content trying to take every issue back to personalities and claims of authority, but I don't see you ever responding to the substance of the issues I raise.

What substance?

The alledged issues raised in your posts are all only problems in your head: the need for root cause analysis, missed deadlines, defect curve, instable nightly builds, lack of commercial product release, general failure of the Mozilla project, etc.

Various people have tried to explain to you on many occassions that these are not real issues. Yet you still insist that they are. Now we find out that you are basing your opinions of the state of Mozilla on what you have read in forums rather than first hand experience; so of course we then take issue with your authority to judge the state of the project. When you continually try to make yourself sound like some kind of expert while expounding unjustified criticisms, fictional problems, and irrelevant buzz words, then it is only natural that people will call into question your qualifications and integrity.