Re: For those who care about debian-devel-announce
* MJ Ray <email@example.com> [2006:01:18 21:22 +0000]:
> Erinn Clark <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Were I a listmaster, that would've
> > been one of my considerations, regardless of what he'd done to justify
> > the ban. I think it's potentially important that the rest of us know
> > some disciplinary action has been taken, but I can't say that it's
> > relevant to, say, his future employers.
> Is there anyone who wouldn't hire Andrew because he was
> *punished* for a post, rather than because of the post?
> The "lesbians" post was public and GPG-signed, after all.
Fair enough, but exacerbating the situation doesn't seem like an
improvement. I am, of course, wildly speculating on potential
motivations, rather than asserting something should be public.
I suspect the listmasters are the only ones who actually know why
it was done the way it was.
> Religious intolerance reflects more badly on debian than the minority.
> Help stop it, please.
I'm afraid I haven't got a clue what you're talking about here.
> > (M-F-T: set to -project, *please* reply there.)
> (Done manually. M-F-T is a broken non-standard.)
Apologies, I was unaware of this until you mentioned it. (Please be more
verbose in the future.)
off the chain like a rebellious guanine nucleotide