Censorship is not the right way. The next person is
maybe offended by some
of your statements or opinions expressed on this list and is going to ask
the openSUSE board to take action against you. Where does it start and
where will it end? If I had complained about all the silly signatures I've
seen on various mailing lists over the last 15 years, I would have been
very very busy indeed...
These lists operate on the basis that people will respect each other
(civilised behaviour). Some people don't follow that code. The ultimate
sanction is exclusion (exile) but we don't have a graded range of sanctions
against minor infractions, so we're (collectively) left unable to respond
and must each respond individually.
Calm down and keep cool, that's my personal
Sound advice, but likely to be viewed by the recipient in the circumstances
as "blame the messenger". N B Day brought up a valid point, and we've
debated it at length, and seem to have come to the conclusion that we don't
approve but the cost of action against this is greater than the benefit.
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