Re: For those who care about lesbians
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Andrew Suffield <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 14, 2006 at 11:03:37PM +0000, Brett Parker wrote:
> > Of course, the post to d-d-a about lesbians that then goes on state
> > """
> > 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.
> > """
> > Seems to me that you really hadn't thought about what you were posting,
> > or where. That was not an appropriate place for the post, and you should
> > know better.
> It looks to me rather like you missed the point of that mail, despite
> quoting it. What did you think the point was? Alternatively, what do
> you think is the correct mailing list for contacting (all of) the
> developers about appropriate use of d-d-a?
I didn't miss the point of the mail, the way the point was put across
however was wrong and unprofessional, or can you not see that? As others
have stated, d-d-a is not just read by debian developers, it has a
rather wider scope, it being an announcement list and all.
It would be rather good to see you behave a little more professionally
and a little less rashly in the future.
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