On Sun, Apr 28, 2019 at 03:33:50PM +0200, Rachel Roch wrote:
Apr 28, 2019, 9:16 AM by cho...@jtan.com <mailto:cho...@jtan.com>:
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I believe OpenBSD's code of conduct can be summed up as "if you are the
type of person who needs a code of conduct to teach to you how to human
then you are not welcome here".
At least I hope so.
I always thought it could be summed up as "Don't piss off Theo". ;-)
He's setting a standard. So I don't have to worry about talking freely
about what I think here. And that's just one reason why I try to
migrate my machines to OpenBSD ...
And one of the first things I do when looking at software, and whether
it's useful for my needs or not: Are those who write it adults or are
they whinies with problems regarding understandable speech? I'm
trying to keep the latter mostly at safe distances from me, and I
tend to avoid their code getting installed onto my machines ...
So that's another reason I'm glad Theo de Raadt is setting a certain
standard here ...
So yes, for sure: "Don't piss off Theo". And no smiley.
Regards .. :) ..