Re: more developer identity stuff
>>"Ossama" == Ossama Othman <email@example.com> writes:
Ossama> Somehow I thought you would respond to me in such a fashion,
>> Well, that certainly colours me predictable, though I am
>> certain you meant more than just that. However, I am at a loss as to
>> what other atrributes you are implying; could you elaborate?
Ossama> Heh, sorry about that Manoj. :-) Several months ago, when I
Ossama> first got on to the Debian User list there was some friction
Ossama> between us when I made some comments about "what the world
Ossama> sees as a hacker." You responded very harshly for what I
Ossama> thought was a misunderstanding. I've also noticed that
Ossama> you've made similar "harsh" responses to others besides me.
I am sorry you percieved that exchange as friction between
us. I frequently am at odds with viewpoints and stances that people
protray, but never do I carry that through to personal friction; I
hope we may disagree, even acrimouniously, without the debates
affecting personal relationships.
I also am sorry you percieve my messages as "harsh"; though I
am certainly an advocate of plain speaking, I try quite hard not to
respond in anger, and to attack the person rather than the
argument. What you term "harsh" is what I term speaking plainly.
Good day to deal with people in high places; particularly lonely
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.datasync.com/%7Esrivasta/>
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