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
approve but the cost of action against this is
greater than the benefit.
Reading all posts I had time to see different opinions and think about
Few poisonous comments here, few there, without anyone commenting, that
content is inappropriate for opensuse, is allowing few that make such
to select who will feel welcome and join openSUSE.
I don't feel comfortable with that idea.
I don't want to surrender my right to choose on my own, as I actually did,
joying openSUSE and not something else
I agree with you, and agree that individual objections to the poster are in
order and should be made, and some people will choose to block all
communications from that person. The core of the issue is whether there
should be some "official" or "collective" action against this boorish
behaviour. That is where the "too high cost" (in knock-on effect or
unintended consequences) comes in.
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