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Re: list moderation
Re: list moderation
Wed, 06 Nov 2019 11:22:49 +0000
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Andy Wingo writes:
>> Who is “we” in “we have decided” above?
> I don't think this question has been answered. Brandon, could you
> clarify please?
>> Can you explain how “moderation was being used in a biased manner”,
>> giving specific examples?
> I am also interested in answers to this question.
I do not intend to discuss internal GNU matters on a public mailing
> For what it is worth, until now I could understand that you were
> operating in good faith in your various roles in GNU, that you were
> genuinely working for the benefit of GNU, even if we disagreed on the
> advisability of different options. I am sad to say that I no longer
> feel this way. It's not impossible to work together, but something has
I'm sorry you have interpreted it that way. I have been working
tirelessly to keep peace since you created this mess a few weeks ago.
Please keep in mind that "something was broken" for me the moment all of
you took up arms against GNU. I have nevertheless tried to work around
that feeling on order to find some common ground. I firmly believe in
the importance of being able to work with people with whom one
fundamentally disagrees. But ironically, in working to maintain peace,
I cannot please everyone all the time. I will continue to act toward
the betterment of GNU, and sometimes that might conflict with your own
interpretation of the situation. I am sorry for that but I hope that we
can eventually navigate our way towards a resolution.
Re: list moderation, Andy Wingo, 2019/11/06
Re: list moderation,
Brandon Invergo <=
Re: list moderation, Ludovic Courtès, 2019/11/06
Re: list moderation, Brandon Invergo, 2019/11/06
Re: list moderation, Mark Wielaard, 2019/11/06
Re: list moderation, Thompson, David, 2019/11/05
Re: list moderation, Dora Scilipoti, 2019/11/05
Re: The list discourse (was: list moderation), Dmitry Alexandrov, 2019/11/05