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Re: iceweasel doesn't open research.microsoft.com

On Tuesday 29 June 2010 18:10:44 Arthur Machlas wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 11:46 AM, Lisi <lisi.reisz@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Tuesday 29 June 2010 17:30:42 Joey Hess wrote:
> >> sasha mal wrote:
> >> > The bug exists, the iceweasel package maintainer is lazy and refuses
> >> > to handle it.
> >>
> >> No, iceweael's maintainer has applied basic debugging logic and
> >> deduced that the problem is somewhere in your network connection.
> >>
> >> You have, in turn, repeatedly called him "lazy"[1] and refused to
> >> provide the wireshark traces he asked for, which would allow further
> >> debugging *your* network problem. Surely it shouln't take more than an
> >> hour or so for an intelligent, non-lazy being such as yourself to figure
> >> out how to install and use wireshark?
> >
> > The fact that the rest of us have no problem surely lends credence to the
> > idea that the problem is local to the OP.  And abuse is not the best way
> > to get people to help! (The OP, not Joey.)
> >
> > Lisi
> I took the time to read through the bug report, and am amazed at the
> amount of patience and courtesy shown to OP. Another user chimed in
> with the wireshark advice and actually found a problem and a workable
> solution, that OP never bothered to try. Instead, just kept re-opening
> bug and called maintainer lazy. Despite the insults, the harassment,
> and constant re-opening, Bug Owner kept calm and polite. Kudos to him.

I've just looked at the OP's email at the top of this thread and for the first 
time noticed the c.c.'s.  He seems to be insulting for the sake of insulting.  
There can be no other point in the email, because it neither requests nor 
offers help.  :-\


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