Re: Calendars (Please pay some attention, Bruce)
> P.S. Please note that this message was _not_ sent to the mailing list
I hope you won't be upset about me directing this to the list for a public
firstname.lastname@example.org (Alex Yukhimets) wrote on 28.06.97 in <m0wiAlZ-000FC4C@alex>:
> > On 28 Jun 1997, Kai Henningsen wrote:
> > > email@example.com (Alex Yukhimets) wrote on 22.06.97 in
> > > <m0wflSg-000F9PC@alex>:
> > >
> > > > > I'd expect that to be a problem for people in both parts of
> > > > > Jerusalem, for example.
> > > > >
> > > >
> > > > I am very sorry but I just don't think that debian-devel is a proper
> > > > place to share the (mis)understanding of the locations of political
> > > > and national borders. This could under some circumstances be very
> > > > insulting in unpredicted way.
> > > >
> > > > Thank you.
> > >
> *> > I was talking about calendars, not about Israels blatant disregard for
> *> > international law.
> *> >
> > This is NOT the place for this discussion. PLEASE don't bring this up
> > again, we don't need to bring up politics.
> > Shaya
> the message marked with *'s was _public_ response to my _private_ e-mail
It was? Oops, you're right. I completely failed to notice that you sent
that only to me; I have no idea why I didn't see that. Well, maybe because
I was quite upset about your mail.
So I obviously have to apologize.
> (above). As you can see, it also my opinion NOT to bring up those issues.
> But once this happened I think that something has to be done.
That was the feeling that prompted my response, actually - I completely
failed to understand why you brought it up. Actually, I still don't
understand it, and I still feel upset about your mail.
However, it's obvious that my response was wrong. Sorry for that.
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