Re: so long, and thanks for all the fish
On 04/04/13 02:28 PM, email@example.com wrote:
> On Thu, 04 Apr 2013 12:45:55 -0300
> Ben Armstrong <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Just take care in future that the style of communications you used
>> triggered someone's "wetware spam filter" with a false positive.
> I initially wrote up a detailed bug report, and then when somebody
> suggested that the problem would get fixed faster if a patch were
> provided, I wrote that too.
Sorry, I, personally, do not care -- note: neither this nor my previous
response represent the project as a whole, but is solely *my* opinion --
about the long and sordid tale of your bid to get attention for this
bug. I only chimed in because your ranting, baseless accusations against
the project all hinged on your assumption that someone was "out to get
you" whereas, in fact, it seemed obvious to me why someone mistook your
response for spam, and I had hoped to get through to you on that one
point. Well, if you can't learn from that and modify your approach, and
thus you have decided to put your energies elsewhere, maybe it is best
for all parties involved.