|Subject:||Re: [PATCH 4/4] services: openssh: Add 'subsystems' option.|
|Date:||Sat, 18 Mar 2017 13:28:55 +0100|
ng0 <address@hidden> writes:
> John Darrington transcribed 2.0K bytes:
>> I am glad that at least one person can express a point of view and be polite about
>> it at the same time. If you think it is fine, then it is your right to use it.
>> I find it confusing and clunky in most cases, and I refuse to use it. I also
>> reserve the right, when others advocate its use, to present my own point of view.
>> If anyone chooses to interpret that as rude, sexist, intolerant or whatever - then
>> that is their problem and not mine. They will have to get over it.
> Okay, so you are just one of those ignorant assholes who drive people
> away from projects because they think their are the middle of the
> universe and other problems don't exist because they have never
> experienced them and oh deity forbid if someone insults their holy
> grammarbooks and linguists. Cool. Glad that we have solved that.
> That's actually the first time that I'm not polite. But I can't be
> polite to ignorant people. I just won't work with you anymore and ignore
> you, as you choose to ignore other people with your behavior and
> invalidate their existence and bother them with your view of what's
> "correct" and what's not.
This reaction is highly intolerant and not acceptable in this community.
Disagreeing doesn't justify being rude or insulting people.
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