On 18/07/17 20:26, James wrote:
On 17/07/17 03:32, Lew Wolfgang wrote:
On 07/16/2017 09:49 AM, Daniel Bauer wrote:
Am 16.07.2017 um 15:39 schrieb michael norman:
On 16/07/17 09:47, Richard Brown wrote:
The firstname.lastname@example.org is meant to be a support mailinglist for the openSUSE distributions.
No one is being helped by the continuation of this thread or other ones like it.
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So, consider this a warning. I'm fed of up reading this nonsense and I will work hard to ensure that it stops if the attendees of this list do not make an effort to end it. Now.
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You do that and you can say goodbye to me a SUSE user since 5.0 days.
I've never contributed much so my loss won't mean much. But if your view prevails I'm gone.
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This not what I want to read. It's a f***ing rant just any other one, just in an even more unfriendly tone. We are not your children, you are not our legal guardian, and if you were, you should search for some help about modern educational methods.
I've been following this for some time now with popcorn in hand. However, I see that this should not be what it should be about, as a newbie. I also want to comment that the IRC channels, #suse in particular has gotten very insultant, disrespectful, demeaning, and void of dignity from particular ops in there. IS this what openSUSE is about???
You say that you are a 'newbie" and therefore you need some advice about how to do correct replies to posts not only here but also elsewhere :-)
The header to your post does not have an entry re which mail client you are using but either you get one which can do the job correctly or learn how to use whatever you are using :-).
You see, your post begins with my name as the person whose wording you are responding to but _I_ did not say any of the things you quote above! And if you are going to do any "sniping" then learn how to do it correctly.
It is very annoying to have one's name shown in a post as being the author of what is being commented on when that is just not the case.