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Re: [opensuse-project] Proposing a Code of Conduct for openSUSE
- From: Thomas Hertweck <Thomas.Hertweck@xxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2008 19:29:03 +0000
- Message-id: <4798E6FF.8080802@xxxxxx>
And do you know whats ridiculous for me?
Druid, your email is the best proof for my previous statements.
When you don't like things on the opensuse mailinglist, you could simply
say (for instance) "Chaps, we can't solve IRC problems on this mailing
list. Get in touch with the channel operators in case something happens
and if they don't take action, send an inquiry to ... and he might check
it out". That would be polite, respectful, and helpful. Alternatively,
if you don't like people asking these questions, save the time it takes
to respond and just ignore them. However, your answers usually read
"What the f*ck are you dong here? You are wasting the valuable time of
opensuse developers. Get out of here you id*ot, solve your own problems.
What's wrong with your ego? Go and see a psychiatrist". This example is
not exaggerated, there is plenty of evidence, and *many* people told you
that this is an unacceptable behaviour. You are indeed damaging
the reputation of opensuse, whether you like to hear it or not, and as
a so-called expert you should know better and/or you should be able to
learn and change your behaviour. I fully agree with you that silly
questions are being asked on opensuse. But I completely disagree with
you when it comes to handling those "silly" emails. Your replies were
counterproductive and made the situation even worse.
Anyway, this thread is not about you, it's about a code of conduct. You
are unfortunately a perfect example why these so-called rules and codes
of <whatever> are empty words. In a nutshell, I am not in favour of this
code of conduct, and I think I made my point clear.
PS. And Druid, don't try to provoke again with statements like "Thanks
for your input, hope you are feeling better now, if you feel like being
the judge, I dont mind sincerely.". This doesn't work with me, you know,
it just shows your arrogant behaviour and that you are not able to
respect and tolerate other opinions. I have never mentioned any names,
but obviously you found a shoe that fits perfectly (old German saying).
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