Pirate Praveen <email@example.com> writes:
> On Sunday 11 September 2016 08:10 PM, Vasudev Kamath wrote:
>> I share the same opinion with Jonas. Its trying to bridge 2 different
>> rooms working on something totally different things.
> I don't agree. Its just the same community using two different protocols
> to communicate. Are you saying the people in xmpp debian-in room are not
> part of Debian India?
I'm not saying its 2 different community. I'm saying its 2 different
rooms discussing 2 different things. Please read sentence properly
before you reply.
>> If some discussion happens in #debian-in IRC and all of a sudden if a
>> bot comes in the middle dumping some thing totally unrelated stuff
>> people will get totally annoyed. If it is a person talking it can be
>> understandable but here its not a person but a bot representing people
>> who are not even present on IRC channel.
> It is still a person talking, not some random text by a AI robot. Here
> the bot is just translating a real person's message between two protocols.
> I understand it takes a bit more effort to get used to. The people are
> present in the xmpp room and you can talk to them from irc. You just
> have to type their nicknames in full (without tab completion).
> Another complaint I heard yesterday was about not being able to stop
> people bullying, that is not correct. If a person is bullying from xmpp
> room, they can be stopped from the xmpp room.
> The kind of response you and Jonas gave to a Abhijith is really
> demotivating for him.
> It is understandable that people got annoyed, but the way you both
> responded were not encouraging for a community like Debian India.
I was harsh at later point of discussion but Jonas was not harsh at all
he was expressing his views.
- Re: relayb0t
- From: Pirate Praveen <firstname.lastname@example.org>