* SR, ESC (email@example.com) disait : > > again, i'm sorry if i hurt any of you. > > i just want things to change for the better, for everyone. change > sometimes hurts, but if it's positive change for everyone, it should > be welcomed, and encouraged. and if it hurts everyone, it should be > rebelled against at all costs (i won't get into geo-politik here, i'm > trying to make a point, not start (another) flamewar ;). Maybe the first thing to learn, when trying to enter the Debian Community, is to be patient and respectful. If you want things to be better, start by being polite on public mailing lists and by reminding that behind the screens, people will read your mails. The World Wide Web has a huge memory, which is called Google, think of it. Everything you do on public area on the Internet will be remembered and that will be for a lot of people the only way to know you. At the end, you could be the only victim of such a noise. -- Alexis Sukrieh <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.sukria.net « Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum sonatur. » Whatever is said in Latin sounds profound.
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