On Tue, Jun 11, 2013 at 7:40 AM, Michael Haggerty <mhag...@alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> At the risk of being
> presumptuous myself, I suggest that you show a copy of your email to
> somebody whom you know and respect in the real world, somebody who is
> not immersed in the Git community meltdown. For example, somebody like
> your mother or father, or a teacher whom you respect, or a member of
> clergy if you are so inclined. Ask that person's opinion about your email.
> It is so easy to lose perspective in the Internet.
Such excellent advice. Even if the advice is not taken literally, it
is probably enough to just imagine how that person whom you respect
would respond to the words in your emails. I am sure I do not do this
enough in my own communications.
I just wanted to draw attention to this wonderful suggestion again.
Sometimes it is necessary to take a step back when discussions get
heated, to regain perspective.
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