Re: OT: FidoNet [Was Community hostility [Was Recent spam increase]]
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Organization: Net Kinetics
Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2006 23:40:29 +0800
On Thu, 2006-10-26 at 09:45 -0500, T.J. Duchene wrote:
>> Nothing on these lists is a personal attack, and it gets so tiresome to
>> see all this hostility all the time. Honestly, that's one of the
>> greatest problems with Debian or any other list. You make a comment,
>> and the next thing you get is a "flame war". My comments weren't
>> intended to be condescending. I was merely trying to say I have some
>> experience in the area in question.
> Anyone remember FidoNET?
Yes, I definitely remember FidoNet - I even ran a BBS there for a while.
As for the original topic, in a community this large and diverse there
is bound to be disharmony. The key question is whether it is worth
one's time and trouble to reply to such, and whether one should do so in
a way that will add to the disharmony.
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