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Re: For those who care about lesbians

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Bartosz Fenski aka fEnIo <fenio@debian.org> writes:

> On Sat, Jan 14, 2006 at 03:00:40PM +0000, Andrew Suffield wrote:
>> Since this sort of thing is apparently okay nowadays, and I know
>> that a lot of you like looking at lesbians, I'd like to share this
>> with you:
>> http://www.flickr.com/photos/63978244@N00/81351129/in/photostream/
>> [And for the sarcasm-impaired: debian-devel-announce is for Debian
>> development, not anything that you (or any other group of people)
>> happen to be interested in. Don't post irrelevant stuff here. It would
>> be a real shame if the list had to be moderated because people can't
>> exercise good judgement. Anything sent here should be of interest to
>> an overwhelming majority of Debian developers, *at least* - if you're
>> using phrases like "for those who care about X", it belongs somewhere
>> else, like X-announce.]
> I got you sarcasm, but I still think that messages posted to
> debian-devel-announce should be more official.


Andrew, do you understand just how inappropriate and offensive your
mail was?  Nothing justifies abuse of our lists like that.  d-d-a is a
widely-read list both inside and outside the project, and you have
done harm to our reputation.

If you can't see why what you did was wrong, you are doing the project
a disservice by continuing to be a developer.  You certainly are not
doing the project any favours by representing us in this manner.

If you still can't take the hint, I'll be more blunt: this isn't the
first crass stunt you've pulled by any means, and you are now right at
the limits of many peoples tolerance.  Pull another one again, I may
be forced to file a request for your expulsion.  That might happen for
this one yet.


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