[swift-evolution] Thank you, bye for now.
dgregor at apple.com
Tue Mar 15 19:32:09 CDT 2016
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> On Mar 15, 2016, at 4:10 AM, Ted F.A.van Gaalen via swift-evolution <swift-evolution at swift.org> wrote:
> Dear colleagues
> I’ve been on swift-evolution for a few weeks now
> and I hope you liked at least some of
> my contributions and ideas.
> I won’t be on swift-evolution for some time,
> because there are other things I must do,
> which have higher priority.
> However, what also influenced my decision
> was a hostile email I have have received
> from someone who writes frequently on
> swift-evolution. Positive feedback on that
> from me was ignored. It doesn’t matter
> wo that person is. I am not very good in dealing
> with arrogance, too much ego and hypocrisy.
> It was a pleasure to interact with so many creative
> an inspiring people! I am sure this will
> further improve Swift.
> I would like to thank Chris and the other members
> of the Swift Core Team for creating such a good
> language that Swift already is!
We strive to maintain an open and welcoming community. It’s why we’ve had a code of conduct <https://swift.org/community/#code-of-conduct> governing our community from day one, and we take it seriously. I understand that you’re upset, but please help us address the underlying problem by contacting either conduct at swift.org <mailto:conduct at swift.org> or, if you prefer, one of the core team members <https://swift.org/community/#community-structure>.
> Kind Regards
> ted van gaalen
> Professional App development
> for Apple IOS, OSX, Windows
> and IBM Mainframes.
> More about my iPad music maker apps
> RavelNotes <http://www.ravelnotes.com/>
> <http://ravelnotes.com/ravelnotesbasic/>RavelNotesBasic <http://www.ravelnotes.com/>.
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