Re: impolite developers
On Sun, 2 May 2004 07:18:38 +0200, Ingo Juergensmann <email@example.com> said:
> Discussing how to ignore people publically is not what I expect from
> adult developers of Debian. That's highly impolite and tasteless.
Why is it impolite to ignore people? And, I think it can show
a great deal of taste in whose opinions you do not listen to. I
reserve the right to not listen to whomsoever I chose (not to listen
to). People may have a right to speech, but they certainly do not
have right to my time.
> As adults you should've learned to respect other peoples opinions
Not everyones. Not all opinions are equal, despite whatever
post modernists say. I certainly put more value on some peoples
opinions than others -- and I have no problem taking technical
measures to ensure that my time is not wasted byu opinions I find
> regardless if they match your own POV or if they sound silly to you.
Care to tell me why wasting my time would be a good thing? Or
why wasting other peoples time (since there would come a time where I
would get irritated enough to comment on that opinion, and the
resulting flame war would get us nowhere).
> This kind of bad behaviour is part of the big picture why Debian is
> often considered arrogant and why it has a bad reputation to users.
Frankly, if ignoring inane opinions and noisy people and not
flaming them to crisp is bad behaviour, I have not yet achieved a
state of nirvana.
Ripping Yarns "Mind you, not as bad as the night Archie Pettigrew ate
some sheep's testicles for a bet...God, that bloody sheep kicked
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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