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Re: [ecf-dev] org.eclipse.ecf.example.clients & IllegalMonitorStateException


I find your concern regarding the openness of the process unwarranted. It appears that you are acting out your frustration for me dismissing Buckminster on account of its current state. Again, I would be very happy to discuss my unchanged stance on an appropriate channel.

By the way, Scott tells me he needs help with Buckminster, as I mailed you directly prior to your rant about openness. I feel your spurious zealotry would be better spent on helping him running his tests. Have you already done so following my request?

In the meanwhile, I'll try to find the right podium to express my concern that EMF lobbying is dividing this community.


On 03/03/2010 23:44, Thomas Hallgren wrote:

On 03/04/2010 01:17 AM, Dann Martens wrote:

I'm not sure to which questions you are referring which are left dangling,

Questions regarding the openness of the process. Questions like: Why was the discussion termination cloaked from the forum? Does the authority that performed the termination consider the forum unfit to deal with the topic at hand? Is it hurtful to put forward or confront criticism in a forum?

but the discussion about the validity of EMF itself is known to be controversial, and considered inappropriate to be continued on this list.

I would much prefer if that was established in the open. I find it more then a little scary when discussions just die out because an authority finds something that someone wrote offensive or controversial.

If any of you would consider to continue this discussion, I invite you to leave it off-line; I'll be happy, make that very happy, to serve you to my counter-arguments.

@Thomas: I know we had a disagreement about EMF in Buckminster, but I'm not aware of your relationship to ECF. Please fill me in, thanks!

Buckminster and p2 are consumers of ECF. I'm a committer on both. I have contributed a number of patches to the ECF code base. And as you know, ECF is using Buckminster which in itself is a relationship.

Thomas Hallgren

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