Re: Re: Debian has failed us
I agree with you, Eric. I find sad that people cannot speak without
using "negative" words, such as those below. When a "client" has a
problem, even if its his fault, why not SIMPLY trying to understand
where is the error?
Even more: if a person uses inflammatory words, TRY YOURSELF to reply
nicely and ABSTAIN to raise the tone!! You win not when you are right,
but when the problem is solved.
Eugen Dedu, a 5-years Debian user
On Thu, Jan 11, 2007 at 07:18:24PM +0100, Frans Pop wrote:
False: it was not compiled into the standard Debian kernel. The installer
does not use custom kernels. This was explained to you at the time.
Please check your facts before sending such mails:
I'll ignore the rest of your rant as it is obviously based on false
This is an incredibly arrogant and hostile response to a long-time,
technically competent Debian user who posted a calm and informative
P.S. Some apologies would be appreciated.
On the contrary, he attacked nobody personally, and his tone was not
inflammatory. Your response made an unfortunate situation worse. It's
you who should apologize.
Eric Cooper e c c @ c m u . e d u