First the idea has to be accepted as desirable, then feasible with an agreed specification. All to no avail unless someone can then implement it.

I would volunteer to assist but i assume there have to be enough others to volunteer as well if it was any help.

But there is no intent to tell people to do something.  There has to be sufficient enthusiasm for anyone involved to actually want to do it.

But I have been told that those who would benefit are people that there is no desire to help.  My suggestion that it would also be helpful to people there is a desire to help seems to have been met with the response 'we do not want to hear this'.

I guess I expected a more open community.  I have learned a lot, but not what I expected.  I am still not sure what the criteria is to actually be welcome here.

I have very much appreciated your comments though.


On Saturday, March 1, 2014 7:05:52 PM UTC+11, Chris Angelico wrote:
On Sat, Mar 1, 2014 at 7:03 PM, ian o <> wrote:
> Why are you so aggressive?
> No one is trying to 'tell' people to do something.
> I was proposing an idea here.

If your idea is accepted, someone has to implement it :)

That's work, and a lot of it. So unless you're volunteering to
actually write this thunker/bridge/shim/etc, you're asking someone
else to.

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