Re: Aspell-en license Once again.
Scripsit David Starner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I notice how you cut your writing which he was replying to. It certainly
> helped making your response seem justified.
Sorry, justified? What was left was a couple of lines where I said
(with minor variations in wording) "No, that's not how my argument
goes". Does that, in general, justify withdrawing from the discussion
in anger? I mean, if one takes offense at being told one is wrong,
what would be the point of having a discussion at all?
Or did I commit some kind of grievous fault in wording my reply? There
are always new fun dangers ahead when trying to express oneself in a
Henning Makholm "Larry wants to replicate all the time ... ah, no,
all I meant was that he likes to have a bang everywhere."