Re: No goals, selective memory, be nice, red nose day
On 2004-08-19 09:18:57 +0100 Kim Hawtin <email@example.com>
[...] troll [...] trolls [...] trolls
[...] troll [...] trolls [...] trolls.
I hope that you can see why I have not replied to your trolls.
i do not believe that the debian-women project is closed, open only to
Keep it that way. If the idea of someone expressing concern about the
way a project works is too hard to understand, perhaps *you* should
"pull your head in".
there are reasons that women may want to create a segragated space.
must you insist on being one of them?
I'm a reason? Some women wish to create a segregated space in order to
get away from equal ops supporters cautioning against sexism? I think
there are already projects outside debian for that. In any case, there
are women equal ops supporters too, so segregation on the likely line
won't exclude the view entirely, although it would exclude me and most
[...] I don't set Mail-Followup-To because djb's
proposal is buggy. [...]
its funny how those who are most pedantic about mail standards are
least agreeable people ;)
I wasn't rude about Don Armstrong, so there's no need for you to be.
I am not subscribed and I request a cc.
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