[OpenSIPS-Users] [Fwd: [Serdev] the sip router project]

Bogdan-Andrei Iancu bogdan at voice-system.ro
Thu Nov 6 12:07:51 CET 2008


This is a typical email of yours - rude and highly political - you keep 
accusing people and doing political statements without any backbone. I 
got used for the last 3 years with this - on the openser mailing lists 
and now here.

This list is not intended for this - it is to help people in using a 
piece a software and, as respect for them, please refrain from polluting 
it with your political agenda.

If you do not have the nerve for listening other people comments about 
your actions, then do post them for discussion. Also, if you do not 
agree with somebody's else opinion, you can come up with arguments and 
explanations against it.

Also, if you have unclarities about any of my previous 
comments/statements, I'm ready to sustain them with arguments, in a fair 
manner. The same arguments I considered 2 months ago when you came with 
the same merging proposal for opensips.


PS: I know that OpenSIPS is the last one standing as alternative for SER 
right now, but let's have a fair game.

Jiri Kuthan wrote:
> Hi Dan,
> I'm very sorry for yourself you have chosen to advocate Bogdan's
> email. Surely I have been ironic in responding to it, but I can
> make my point in plain English too: I don't find it ethical to
> respond to an open invitation by a way which is just an attack.
> I mean the attempt to show the un-forking effort as something
> which is conspiracy, absorption of one project by another, etc,
> just anything but collaborative effort is very disappointing
> to me. That was not a constructive email, that was an attempt
> to poison, which I'm very disapproving of. I'm hopeful you consider
> to chose to lend your name to  more positive activities.
> There is many points in your emails I find horribly disagreeable,
> but I think it is more appropriate to share those with you privately.
> I don't think there can be any reasonable outcome of such
> a debate, so excuse me I stop here.
> Let me make just the point why I'm postig to this mailing list:
> I think there are very many folks just confused by this serial forking
> habit and also by the competition for the DNS name. For those,
> I have a good message: ser and kamailio folks are working on
> a joint project which is both technically sound, and has some
> credible governance as well. Individuals willing to help are
> invited to this effort, regardless with which "camp" they feel
> themselves affiliated with.
> -jiri

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