On Tue, May 25, 2004 at 08:47:18PM +1000, Anthony Towns wrote:
> If Herbert's decision to quit the project is purely his prerogative,
> then you don't get to complain about it. You get to accept it. You
> get to argue why you think there are other decisions he could've made
> that would be better, and better for him not the project at that --
> if not so that he'd change his mind, so that others might not do the
> same thing. But you don't get to say "What a stunning example of "..or
> I quit!"" and imagine that's an insightful argument, or that you've
> claimed some moral highground that should protect from harassment.
I did neither, but that didn't stop you from flaming.
> Personally, I think your responses in this thread provide a pretty good
> example of why people don't need more than 24 hours to decide it's not
> worth trying to have a rational conversation to change people's minds
> on Debian lists.
Ooh, I love where this is going, now I get to feel guilty for Xu's
departure! :D Ludicrous...
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