David Kastrup wrote:
> Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:
> > Philippe Vaucher wrote:
> >> > Do you feel Felipe is in control of what you label bad behavior? Do you
> >> > feel you are in control over how you react to his behavior?
> >> I feel that Felipe cannot control this (or decided not to),
> > I am pretty much in control of my behavior. Those who know me
> > personally know that I *never* get angry.
> You are missing the point. The point is not what effect your behavior
> has on you but what it has on others.
If me saying "I do not believe in God" has a negative effect on Mark,
your answer seems to be "do not tell Mark the truth". If Mark was a
co-worker and I had no option but to interact with him, I would probably
do something along those lines if possible. But if Mark was a member of
an open source project, I do have an option and I'd rather tell it like
it is. If Mark has a problem with that, I can always avoid Mark, or just
leave the project (say if Mark was the maintainer).
In both cases Mark is wrong. I do understand that most people would
rather comprimise their beliefs in order to win penguing points. I'm
not that way.
If I can't speak my mind in an open source project where I'm
contributing my time *for free*, I do not want to be part of that
project. It's the project that's wrong, not me, and it's the project
that looses, not me.
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