Mailing lsit code of conduct, again (was: divergence from upstream as a bug)
Pierre Habouzit <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Sun, May 18, 2008 at 01:26:20PM +0000, Ben Finney wrote:
> > What I've requested is laid out in the Debian mailing list code of
> > conduct as behaviour to be expected in the absence of explicit
> > requests. A Mail-Followup-To field setting may or may not count as
> > an explicit request; in the absence of that, the code of conduct
> > should apply.
> oh boy, are we really "fighting" over a dupe of a mail ?
Your mail message individually to me is not wanted, and I have a
reasonable expectation through the mailing list code of conduct *and*
through my explicit request that you not send it. Yet you continue to
do so, violating both.
> wasting 4k of data and two keystrokes ?
You make unfounded assumptions about how I receive and handle messages
in this forum.
> CoC is meant to reduce rudeness
Then please have it reduce your rudeness, and comply with explicit
requests both from me and the ML CoC: stop sending unwanted mail
messages when the messages are already sent to the list.
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