I subscribe to this list to share tips on software designs. Getting and keeping your respect i'm not even interested in.
I'm interested in the quality of your tips on problems i post, as tips can lead faster to products, leads to money, leads to my personal freedom and options in life. Respect cannot be used to buy bread and butter. On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 11:55 AM, Ashley Sheridan <a...@ashleysheridan.co.uk>wrote: > On Wed, 2010-03-24 at 11:56 +0200, Rene Veerman wrote: > > sad and pathetic? how about "revealing". > > i can call your sad and pathetic for: > - insisting on how others should do their work. > - group-attacking your opposition, hoping to intimidate by outnumbering. > - ignoring all valid explanations on why someone would like their fav > tool to evolve with the market. > - degrading into petty insults as a way to indicate i'm probably right > about the claim that led you to petty insults. > > i can go on, but i just dont want another political battle on my hands. > > i'll find out what the php dev team thinks about this issue, and base > my descision on whether or not to leave php behind, on that. > > but you people truly are worthy of some serious IRL larting for being > such assholes who think they can determine the habits of others that > don't affect them. > i dont usually do this, have never done it to programmers; but you're > lucky we're not in the same buiding. > i'd get you to try and punch me, followed by a relatively nonviolent > yet very public humiliation. > THATS how strongly i feel about those who determine the lifestyle of > others when it doesn't even affect them. > > Seriously, wars have erupted over this behaviour. The kind where axes > and such are used to settle the issue. > > > > Sorry Rene, but this has just made me lose all respect for you. I shan't be > too sad if you do jump ship. > > > Thanks, > Ash > http://www.ashleysheridan.co.uk > > >