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It started with this criticism of the new KDE webpage that is full of beginner webdeveloper/coder errors https://www.reddit.com/r/kde/comments/61els2/the_new_kde_webpage_is_a_shame_userk_ver_should/ (original article - currently refused to be approved by the mod; because he don;t like that I am criticizing /u/K_Ver as a webdeveloper) - down voted to oblivion, because it contains a critique of the /u/K_Ver and his 10 beginner webdeveloper mistakes and the KDE leadership (KDE e.V. Board + others) as whole. After the critique - it was massively down voted (however, nobody addressed the points of the article, meaning no 1 point of my 10 points in that post were dismissed). They just attacked me and then, the post was hidden (they say by the bot), however, then the user /u/redsteakraw tried to bribe me to stay silent and make /u/K_Ver clean again: No the mods did not remove your post auto mod did. Automod was implemented after a run of spam and pornographic advertisements have been submitted to the sub. It does mean that sometimes controversial posts get caught. I understand your frustration I feel it was executed in an improper fashion. KDE relies mostly on volunteer work unlike other projects KDE lives and dies by it's community. Most of the contributions come from a small amount of community developers very few of them are paid. Public shaming of a developer when other more productive channels are available to address said problems in a respectful way. Publicly linking to his user account in said shaming post is borderline witch hunting which by Reddit's TOS is a ban-able offense. Now while I like productive debates and users are free to make posts on problems they see with KDE(and they do). I don't want to subject kver to having links to his reddit account and have him harassed and I don't want to see Reddit(and not me) ban you from the entire site. So while I didn't actively remove it I don't want to see any parties damaged by this post so I am not going to re-instate the post. That being said I want to end on a lighter note; there are larger and more egregious examples of bad web design, see Fed-Ex paying people $5 to use their shitty deprecated flash page. Which I refused. Then the webdesigner /u/K_Ver wrote this: I was writing a reply to your post, refreshing the page it seems it's just hidden. Currently it has a score of 0, so it's not as blasted as you might expect. You could likely find it via your own comments tabs, but I suspect it was taken down because it was a personal attack, clearly provoked from me calling you a troll yesterday. Either way, consider this my reply; I'd normally offer to work with you to help resolve the issues (for web stuff, you don't need bug reports with me); but in all honesty I question your stability, and since I don't intend to 'fix' several of the points you mentioned (because the website you were critiquing is only temporary, and some of them are purely academic) I don't know what may or may not "set you off" further if or when I say "no" to some things. That and I don't have a whole lot of love for you right now. I'm sure you understand that if that was your idea of being "professional", from one professional to another, I don't wish to work with you. If you cleaned up your act a bit and became a positive community influence, in time I would welcome you myself. There were others in the community who didn't take kindly to me, and we now have a good working relationship - I don't see why that's impossible here either. If you decided for any reason you had it in you to submit patches, I won't block them, but you can reach out to other members of the community involved with the websites to do so. Again, I consider you to be volatile, so I simply consider working with you or accepting your input directly to be a professional risk waiting to explode. If I see you making improvements, I will work with you and accept your input directly. EDIT: this comment by kapkoz is a legitimate question (where has the post gone?). He may not have a lot of good will, but please don't downvote just because it's him. So, while I admire his effort to tell others to stop down voting my question, I don't like his approach on refusing t ofix the bugs because he don't like the "color" of my tone. Image organisations not removing bugs and errors because they hate the guy who called them. How would you feel? Another question is how can KDE "leaders", yes they have leaders (KDE e.V., Schönhauser Allee 6/7, 10119 Berlin, Germany), allow their members to behave like this and openly refuse to fix bugs. What if it was in KDE neon or some other product. This is unacceptable. First they tried to silence Alessandro Longo on PlanetKDE.org because he has a different opinion on some political issues as the pro-EU KDE mainstream people, then they backed up a little. Now, the same is happening with this censorship of my critique of /u/K_Ver . This has to stop. Unless there is some fundamental change on how the KDE team membres operate, I can't suggest anybody to use their software. The bugs and more specifically, the unwillingness to fix the bugs - because the developer don't like your "color", is too risky. Please, think twice when using anything KDE related. submitted by /u/kapkoz [link] [comments]

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