Re: Question for Sam Hocevar
Clint Adams <email@example.com>
> > Trolling organizations are illegal in Vanuatu. We shouldn't allow any
> > Debian developers to break the laws of Vanuatu.
> Don't worry; we're safe. Sam does GNAA stuff while wearing his
> dunc-tank hat, not his Vanuatu pants.
Are they firm-fitting pants? In Lewes, Delaware, USA, it is illegal to
wear pants that are 'firm fitting' around the waist (source: dumblaws.com).
We shouldn't allow any Debian developers to break the laws of Lewes!
Seriously, I'm rather disappointed that GNAA success in exploiting the
project's buggy troll-attack handling is seen as a problem of GNAA more
than a problem of the debian project. Trolls will probably always exist.
Ultimately, relatively dumb trolls like GNAA can help some groups fix
their troll-handling before it meets a smarter vicious assault.
I feel the project did also rather invite GNAA attack, but that's not the
complaint here, as I understand it.
I'm more worried by back-stabbing and forced association than GNAA.
My Opinion Only: see http://people.debian.org/~mjr/
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