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Re: Complaint about #debian operator

also sprach Russ Allbery <rra@debian.org> [2005.12.12.1953 +0100]:
> People who go to IRC and ask advocacy questions are fairly
> unlikely to get high-quality information no matter where you send
> them.  At best, they'll end up sparking another one of these
> interminable discussions like the one that this thread just kicked
> off and maybe they'll be able to get a few facts out of all of the
> back and forth.

For the record, I found IRC to be by far the best research medium
throughout the process of writing my book. Of course, you are not to
believe everything, but taking it in with a grain of salt, and
asking smart followup questions open up an incredibly powerful
research forum via IRC.

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