Liam J. Foy wrote:
>>It's just another vehicle for users to use. The more tools you give to
>>people, they better off they are if they wish to use them.
>>
>>IRC does not have to have the stigma it seems to have. There are many
>>decent users out there - and the efforts should not be dismissed - imho.
> 
> 
> It's always the minority fucking it for everyone else. The FreeBSD view[1] 
> also
> keeps them away from IRC problems. I personally think the FreeBSD view is fair
> and shows a true state of IRC these days.
> 
> However, you must except people are not always going to head straight for
> the handbook (you mentioned we ask a few simple things). It seems most 
> problems
> in IRC arise from someone asking a simple question, and everyone thinking
> they're cool to jump on the bang wagon and riducule.
> 
> [1]: http://www.freebsd.org/support.html
> 
>>-- 
>>Best regards,
>>Chris
> 
> 

While what you say has more truth then not, at least the website has
changed some verbiage - and that's what I was hoping for to begin with.

http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/faq/support.html#IRC

In any event, we'll still continue to support the project there - no
matter what the overall opinions are.


-- 
Best regards,
Chris

If you are already in a hole, there's no use to continue
digging.
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