On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 03:38, Platonides <platonides(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 14/12/11 22:33, Srikanth Lakshmanan wrote:
Language support teams :-
In order to force them, "if you don't test this it may break horribly
for you when deployed" seems way more convincing than "no new goodies
We tried telling people to test saying the same thing, may be should try
telling them more often.
Development must continue even if ignored (do not
confuse with negative
feedback), but blind coding without feedback is a dangerous zone.
understand the criticism might have come hard on the India list,
but we(critics) are getting used to a pattern beyond Webfonts. We alert
of something dangerous on the cards, People(mostly WMF) tend to ignore
us, Then they "firefight" and then we criticize more post the entire
thing, "you would have been better had you to listened us". This has
happened 3rd time on row now, other 2 being Protest against Jimbo at
WikiConference India & IEP. I hope sooner, people take us seriously.
It's not that Indian sites are treated worse, see the recent (similar)
issues in commons with EXIF.
Sorry I didn't quite get you, not sure if you got what i meant as well. I
never said / meant / implied "Indian sites are treated worse", what I tried
to convey was why the criticism on India list is high.