On Thursday 12 October 2006 18:50, Russ Allbery wrote: > Ian Jackson <email@example.com> writes: > > Normally I wouldn't publish private email but I think in this case > > the abusive nature warrants it. > > Two wrongs didn't really make a right here, IMO, and I'm not talking > about publication of private e-mail. Losing one's temper and insulting > one's colleagues in e-mail isn't okay, but neither is deciding to > escalate an already angry situation by trying to humiliate someone in > public for losing their temper. Nothing good is going to come from > that. Yes, and quietly ignoring an emotional private mail would help to prevent escalating anything; certainly more than posting it on a public mailing list does.
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