[pp.int.general] Problem with our url
andy.milner at gmail.com
Thu Nov 22 23:15:46 CET 2007
If you need somewhere to talk and sort things out. it will be no
trouble for us to unlock the France area on Pirate Parties
International until such time as you no longer need it. Doing that
will give you some sort of legitimacy too I would have thought. If
you want us to unlock it so you can use the forum then let us know and
we can do it.
On 22/11/2007, Helmut Pozimski <helmutpozimski at web.de> wrote:
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> Valentin Villenave schrieb:
> > Hi everybody,
> > Hello Rick, Andrew, Juxi and Helmut (I'm CCing you this mail
> > because you're the foreign pirate guys I know the best).
> > Today the Parti Pirate has encountered a major issue, which may
> > prevent us from continuing with you guys.
> > Like yours, our (short) history is full of unexpected resignations,
> > drastic leadership changes, and sometimes internal dissensions.
> > [..] team of his own, so be it (though I have the strange feeling
> > that hi team is only 1-person for now...), and we would even be
> > glad to be part of it!
> > We have nothing against "piracy", and opensource-like "forking".
> > But his disengagement, the unrespecftul way he has acted today, and
> > the total absence of communication with us is nowhere nearly the
> > values we aim to endorse.
> > We are currently trying to contact him -- without success so far --
> > and to find a new domain name. But I beg you guys to try to find
> > out what's going on, and to take some kind of a decision: either
> > recognize both of us Partis Pirates as valuable movements, either
> > stand by our side or his, but we could really, really use some help
> > and some clarification here.
> > Sorry for this long, long mail. I'm a little upset, but over all,
> > flabergasted.
> > Thank you for reading.
> > Best Regards,
> > Valentin for the (former?) Parti Pirate
> That's even worse than I imagined. I will do everything I can to
> clarify the situation as soon as possible. I removed the
> pirate-party.org domain from the wikis and replaced it with "unclear"
> and forwarded your mail to our most frequented mailing lists. I will
> also try to contact him but when he's not responding to you it's not
> more likely that he will respond to my messages.
> Beyond that I would rather wait a while how the situation develops. I
> don't think we should act overhasty by taking sides now or accepting
> both without having spoken to both sites.
> Helmut aka Hoshpak
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