Re: A question to the Debian community ... (Was: Question for Sam Hocevar "Gay Nigger Association of America")
On Fri, May 11, 2007 at 10:29:24AM +0200, Bernhard R. Link wrote:
> * Sven Luther <email@example.com> [070511 07:47]:
> > Sometimes, a problem needs to magnified to the extreme, so that people
> > finally feel embarassed that they where unable to solve it years ago.
> If you magnify the wrong part, you might magnify a little problem that
> would be no problem at all without the big problem you want to resolve.
> Which might cause people to think the little problem needs fixing while
> the big problem would have been no problem without the little one.
Possibly, but can you point out the little problem here ? I guess we
have two problems :
- the original problem between frans and me.
- the 'email flood' problem.
so, i suppose your mail hints at the 'email flood' problem being the
biggest one, because it is hard to ignore, and the original problem
being only a minor issue, because it can be ignored by most, and could
be forgotten if i chose to be silent about it.
Does this summarize your point ? And if so, can you point to the
consequences of both these problems ?