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Posted on by Greg Knaddison.

I agree there are no band-aids - just a lot of ongoing work.

I think it was Randy who said that and he and I actually disagree somewhat on what the solutions should be.

I feel the Drupal code of conflict is actually pretty decent in terms of what to do to resolve conflicts (be considerate, be respectful, be collaborative, when we disagree we consult others, when we are unsure we ask for help, step down considerately).

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