James Denholm wrote:
> Felipe Contreras wrote:
> >David Lang wrote:
> >> the vast majority of people here do not take that attitude.
> >It's actually the exact opposite. I don't care what is the track record
> >of the people in the discussion.
> Ah, yes, like that discussion we once had where you totally didn't run
> `git log | grep James Denholm` at one point to demonstrate that I had
> not yet made any contributions,instead of actually engaging in
> discussion. Oh, wait.
You mean this thread in which I sent 14 mails directly to you? Yeah,
I din't engage in that discussion at all!
And the point I was making is that if I manage to show the community was
wrong in some thing (as you claimed), that community wouldn't include
> >If their argument is good, their argument is good.
> The problem, though, is that time and time again you've shown that you
> value your own arguments to the exclusion of all others. You can't
> tell if someone else's argument is good, because it runs against
> yours, and yours must be right because you hold it.
I can show you evidence of how that's a blatant lie. Just two days ago I
changed my mind because somebody provided a good argument.
But I'm not going to bother any more with you, you are just spreading
lies and tainting the discussion.
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