Re: Gratuitous reverse rabble rousing? (was Re: why do we use systemd?)
I think it's because they believe, rightly or wrongly, that you're the
same person that came on here before with all sorts of anti-systemd
yelling, not to express an opinion, but to start trouble. If their
belief is wrong, you were treated unfairly. If their opinion is right,
you're an utter piece of shit.
On Sat, 05 Jul 2014 13:04:56 +0100
Balint <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Why everybody so angry with me? I'm not trolling at all, but this
> behavior is unfair. Yes, I did your suggestion, and read the treads
> that I have in my mail client.
> My opinion is, lots of people just accept this state and everyone
> else, who try to say something else, they will be ostracized.
> I'm really sorry to disturb anyone with my opinion. O:-)
> On 05/07/2014 11:59, Joel Rees wrote:
> > I have a thought on trolling:
> > On Sat, Jul 5, 2014 at 7:17 PM, Lisi Reisz <email@example.com>
> > wrote:
> >> On Saturday 05 July 2014 10:21:01 Balint wrote:
> >>> http://ewontfix.com/15/
> >>> http://ewontfix.com/14/
> >>> Just read them and protest to developer drop this piece of sh*t!
> >>> This implementation is going to become Linux to Windows. The
> >>> system will have main almighty process which can't be updated
> >>> without restart. If that process will be corrupted the all system
> >>> is f****d. Why did we choose it?
> >>> I really do NOT understand.
> >> Oh, dear. :-(( Please, please, please everybody ignore this
> >> attempt to start yet another flame war about systemd.
> >> Create your own fork if you don't want systemd. But drop the
> >> subject already.
> >> Lisi
> > Most of the recent anti-systemd trolls seem crazy enough to be
> > interpreted as social engineering. (As in, use a sockpuppet to paint
> > the anti-camp black. Or encourage an impressionable newbie somewhere
> > no one is watching to do the same thing.)