> > At 19:38 30.03.2006, Kris Kennaway wrote: > >On Thu, Mar 30, 2006 at 05:45:11PM +0200, Vaaf wrote: > > > > > As for Mr. Kennaway, if you had a big bugger up your nose the minute > > > you're about > > > to go on a date, wouldn't you like an honest opinion? > > > >Are you asking me out? If so I have to tell you I don't date > >creatures with green scaly skin who live under bridges. > > I pointed out a flaw in FreeBSD's methodology. > The fact that it doesn't have one. > > Pointing out a bugger in your nose, at a moment where > you'd least want one, was a way to perhaps explain things > with the same level of sarcasm you've given me.
Thing got surprisingly out of hand. Unless there were some private messages passed back and forth that did not make it on the list, I don't think anything in earlier posts from any side of this noise warranted the flames that seemed to leap out. Everyone around gets boogers now and then. I save mine for when I really need them. But, I still don't understand your comments on methodology and fundamentals. They don't seem to relate to anything. FreeBSD is UNIX and does things in a UNIX way. I guess that is a methodology. It is created and supported by volunteers who use it themselves and make it freely available to others. There is a very well managed system for development and modification with regular and fairly efficient procedure to submit and approve fixes and new features. Changes to the system are vetted much better than most others, including other OS systems as well as unnamed commercial systems. There is pretty good, maybe not perfect, management of versions. These are FreeBSD fundamentals. So, maybe would a change to advertising supported "reality" entertainment instead of producing a reliable operating system meet your requirement for a change in fundamentals? It is certainly hard to tell from what was posted. Anyway, I prefer sticking to the fundamentals already in place. ////jerry > > > >In case I'm not clear: > > > >Your behaviour on this list suggests that you are either an abnormally > >high-functioning 3-year-old, or you have some other equivalent > >personality disorder. If you want to be treated with respect, start > >acting in a manner that is deserving of it. > > Show me some proof and I'll gladly give you an explanation why things > turned out that way. This is just plain harassment; what if I have a > personality disorder, is this your way of trying to hit me where it hurts? > > If I want respect, I certainly won't look for it in here. > > > >That means not throwing temper tantrums or making absurd threats every > >time someone suggests that perhaps you don't know everything, or when > >you don't get the level of help that you want, and then coming right > >back and asking for more help. You can't have it both ways. > > Somehow I think YOU are the one who are acting childish and emotional. > > I'd appreciate it if you'd refrain from your attempts to further ridicule me. > > In return, I'll think twice before posting another e-mail. > > > >Kris > > > > _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"