Flamewar ( was: Sponsoring FreeBSD)
jerrymc at msu.edu
Wed May 27 22:10:14 UTC 2009
On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 09:21:19PM +0200, Wojciech Puchar wrote:
> >>"mainstream", or because i have opinion at all, i just respond normally.
> >Wojtek - I also think you have the capacity to help and you often do. But
> >don't pretend to be speaking for the FreeBSD team because you are doing
> reread my posts. i didn't speak for them and i said that i'm not them.
> i AS USUAL tell what i think.
> And YOU just don't accept this because it's completely different point of
> view than yours. You - like most people - react with fear/aggression when
> hearing/reading something completely agains the knowledge you've been put
> to the brain for years. Who is right doesn't matter at all that cases.
> I understand this because is natural reaction, often not fully conscious.
> As you - and few other people - can not use arguments just attacks, it
> make the list polluted.
Sorry to wade in to this, but the reality has been and is just the
oposite. It is m. Puchar who has been making reactionary responses
and somewhat unkind ones at that. Is it a language issue? Or is
it a lack in self awareness/examination?
> And - back to that funny "sponsor" - I can only do favour sending them
> out. Can't you see it's semi-automatic posts to whatever he found, because
> he just want to advertise yourself and his "webpage improvement" services?
> (improvement==adding tons of flash, javas...t etc.)
> He wanted his banner on FreeBSD site for <100$
> Or maybe i'm wrong - if so, please Core Team to put our little
> company's link on my page and i will send 100$ today. Don't forget to give
> me account number.
> Even more - i will find 10 friends to do the same. Just 10 links with
> small letters ;) and 1000$ is yours.
> The trick of doing ANY business, and non-profit work is to NOT TAKE EVERY
> CRAP, just because you see money. I'm sure you already know it in your
> business, so why can't you see this here?
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