[Bf-committers] Current state of Blender's user experience (Ton Roosendaal)
piotao at polskikursblendera.pl
Wed Apr 27 02:35:06 CEST 2016
We all know that Ton is the unbelievable extraordinary and polite man, and
I think I sometimes should learn from him, how to talk with those
'strangers' who do not appreciate Open Source etc. Best example of this
super-nice reaction was sent few emails before.
But I'm going to say something about different thing:
Your comment Ichthyo is just nailing the situation I think. I share your
imagination in that matter and it perfectly match everything I observe. I
liked it so much, that I will forward it to my best students. I really love
the picture you've portrayed. So funny and nice!
Thank you, and as always, LONG LIVE BLENDER!!!
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2016-04-26 20:03 GMT-04:00 Ichthyostega <prg at ichthyostega.de>:
> actually, this discussion and topic is much about people talking
> past each other and not getting the rsp. other side's point. Last week,
> we had a somewhat related discussion at LAC Berlin.
> The "other folks" in the "outside world" have been trained to perceive
> matters in a certain structure: There is a "product". This is made by
> some "official" entity, which has status and reputation. This producer
> creates a "production pipeline" to feed this product to "me" the
> I pay for it, thus the producer has an natural interest to "care" for my
> demands. The producer might even create "channels" where I can push my
> "feed back" towards the producer or buy additional services, like training.
> I have not the slightest inclination to judge or value this perception
> in any way, like being right or wrong or better or worse.
> However, OpenSource world is just not structured that way. It is more
> like a village: It is a friendly, slightly chaotic yet hospitably village,
> everyone is welcome, you may settle down there, chop some wood and build
> own house, and then do your stuff while also participate and exchange and
> sometimes even cooperate with the other inhabitants.
> And when something doesn't work for us, we'll fix it.
> Needless to say, when the inhabitants of those two sister worlds meet,
> they glare at each other's "strange habits" with bewilderment.
> -- Ichthyo
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