On Sun, Feb 9, 2020 at 1:16 PM Michael 'veremitz' Everitt
<gen...@veremit.xyz> wrote:
>
> On 09/02/20 20:59, Michael 'veremitz' Everitt wrote:
> > On 09/02/20 20:57, Michael 'veremitz' Everitt wrote:
> >> On 09/02/20 20:55, Michał Górny wrote:
> >>> On Sun, 2020-02-09 at 20:38 +0000, Michael 'veremitz' Everitt wrote:
> >>>> Hrm, pardon my ignorance, but do 'we' really need to review 232 lines of
> >>>> Manifest?!
> >>> Pardon mine but do 'we' really need to read your useless comments
> >>> everywhere, all the time and just get irritated for no benefit to
> >>> Gentoo?
> >>>
> >> There's a really simple method to deal with that .. would you like me to
> >> explain, or would that be 'useless' too?
> >>
> > For the benefit of other readers, it's clear Michal is incapable of
> > implementing the measures I am thinking of .. or simply isn't aware of what
> > they might be?
> > which is quite unusual for a developer of his supposed capability ...
> >
> For the avoidance of doubt, whilst my ban from this list is enacted, here
> is the list of "Unacceptable behaviour" from the Gentoo Code of Conduct[1].
>
> "Deciding to suspend or ban someone isn't a decision to be taken lightly,
> but sometimes it has to happen. Below is a list of things that could result
> in disciplinary action. * Flaming and trolling. What is trolling? You are
> deemed to be trolling if you make comments intended to provoke an angry
> response from others. What is flaming? Flaming is the act of sending or
> posting messages that are deliberately hostile and insulting.
> * Posting/participating only to incite drama or negativity rather than to
> tactfully share information.
> * Being judgmental, mean-spirited or insulting. It is possible to
> respectfully challenge someone in a way that empowers without being
> judgemental.
> * Constantly purveying misinformation despite repeated warnings."
>
> It is left as an exercise for the reader, who is transgressing here...
>

"Technically I'm not violating the rules" is the weakest argument.

Can you just please save everyone the headache of litigating this and
act a little more professional and a little less silly on the mailing
list? (And on IRC if I'm asking)

Here's a good approximation to determine whether your mail is worth
sending: before you press send, ask yourself if the person you're
replying to gains anything by reading your reply. If the answer is on
the range "unlikely" to "no", then just don't send the reply.

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