[webkit-dev] Patch process - let's make it better
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
luke.leighton at googlemail.com
Mon Jul 13 04:13:54 PDT 2009
On 7/13/09, Maciej Stachowiak <mjs at apple.com> wrote:
> Hi Luke,
> I think your webkit-dev emails are becoming disruptive.
whilst at the same time apologising for being disruptive, i'd like to
ask you why you consider that to be a bad thing.
> profanity-laced walls of text is not an appropriate use of this list.
i apologise for the use of profanity which may cause offense.
i ask you to consider this: if it wasn't for the frustration at being
treated in a completely inappropriate fashion, i wouldn't feel the
need to use profanity to express frustration, would i?
if you see things from my perspective, it's that i have great
enthusiasm to contribute to free software in areas which require such
a wild and overwhelming mix of expertise that nobody is willing to
step up to the plate.
that's where i step in.
> find a way to communicate without annoying the rest of the list,
i will be delighted to do so. in return, you - apple employees -
will treat my contributions with a little more respect, and perhaps
even apologise for some of the inappropriate treatment.
> or I will
> ask the list administrators to "censor" you from the mailing list for the
> period of at least a week.
i'm sorry to have to say this but i promise you that that will do
nothing but prove my point.
_read_ what i've written. sticking fingers in ears will only get the
ends of your fingers sticky, not solve the problem.
sorry i have to go, baby's crying.
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