Re: Please stop the flamewar madeness.
On Sat, 4 Sep 2004 15:39:50 +0200, Christoph Haas <email@example.com> said:
> On Wed, Sep 01, 2004 at 06:28:07PM -0400, Travis Crump wrote:
>> I have nothing against flamewars, have all of them you want,
>> because you are right, one man's flamewar is another's rational
> So true. Some people here choose a 'discussion style' that is very
> insulting. Unless I know most people in private (which is completely
> impossible in this list) I try to choose a tone that doesn't offend
Which is utterly impossible to do. Point in question: I find
your patronizing style utterly offensive.
> Just that some people seem to think they are so long in the
> project that they think they don't need to behave. Debian-devel is a
> very bad figurehead for the project.
Would you care to name names, little one? This style of taking
pot shots at a large fgroup of people, but hiding behind the shield
of "I did not name names, so I can't possibly be insulting" is highly
irritating and insulting.
> I just doubt this thread will change anything. Some folks are so
> pigheaded that they don't even understand what we are talking about.
Living up on a high horse and callig people who do may happen
to to understand whatthe hell you are talking about under all these
circumlocutions and indirections "pigheaded" is trolling, and
> The security of anonymity in front of their tubes seems to turn them
> into animals.
Which ones are these animals, pray? And how can they be
anonymous, unless they use psuedonyms, like our old freiend John
I find this vague rants where the ranter is too cowardly to
actually name the names they are ranting against highly
irritating. And yes, I do mean you, Mr. Haas.
If voting could change the system, it would be illegal. If not voting
could change the system, it would be illegal.
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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