[talk-ch] vandalism under the pretense of "simplifying"
tanrub at gmail.com
Wed Jun 29 08:49:22 CEST 2022
I agree with you, it is probably not intentional. However, I see it as a
problem. I dit write to the user.
The way I see it is the following.
Many Africans don't know how westerners like to eat their spaghettis. For
most Westerners, rolling them around the fork is part of the fun, while
most Africans overcook the pastas and cut them short. I was served a lot of
spaghettis cut in small pieces by my host in Africa. It's not a big deal
and always good intentioned but it would certainly start to be problematic
if a person with the same good intentions would go to the supermarket and
start breaking all the spaghettis "because they should be no more than 3cm
long". I think that we are typically dealing with something of that nature.
It might be well intentioned but it is an issue.
Le mer. 29 juin 2022 à 08:34, David Haberthür <email at davidhaberthuer.ch> a
> Ciao a tutti
> > On 28 Jun 2022, at 22:19, RB <tanrub at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Altering the data and regressing from the truth with automated tools
> because of personal opinions of what the data should be or not be is not.
> I really don’t know if the original issue is a regression or digression,
> but I would not imply vandalism and bad intention of the user that
> simplified your/the forest outlines.
> As already said, it’s probably best to discuss this directly in the
> relevant changeset, too.
> Have a great day,
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