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SubjectRe: To the intolerent
I'll add a 'however' to this. Most times, it hardly matters how friendly
folks are. Get any 20 people working together on something, and you have
frictions, arguments, and suchlike. And look what happens to, say, the
guy from Marketing when he walks in and asks the same questions that
someone else asked yesterday...and the day before....and the day before
that...and the day before that..
Now multiply everying by a thousand or so. There are thousands of people
here, all burning their free time, and getting on each-other's nerves.
Not all of them are saints....but even the ones that are will bite when
they get asked the same question for maybe the hundredth time in a
month. The stresses and strains of working on a project this big fray
the temper. Life's like that.
D


Paul wrote:
>
> Enki,
> I would like to apologize for the rude behavior of some of the folks
> that subscribe and post to linux-kernel. Please note that most of us are
> really friendly folk. It is unfortunate that these rude folks insist on
> flaming anyone who they feel like. But there is not much that we can do
> about it except to forget about it and drive on. I hope that you have
> better experience with people who run linux in the future. We all had
> to start sometime, we all had to read the howtos, and we all have gotten
> flamed for posting something off topic. Please do not take this
> personally, and please do not discredit the validity of linux as a great
> operating system based upon the rudeness of some of it's users.
>
> Thank you for your time.
> ~Paul Laufer
>
> Enki wrote:
> >
> > Ok So I should have sent My prog Q's to Linux newbie fine
> > But I wanted an answer from some one who programs
> > not some one who will give you a bullshit answer pulled out
> > their asses.
> > Yes I could have asked on one of the news groups but
> > the news server that my ISP uses is nearly always full
> > or down. He uses NetBSD I think I've talked him into at
> > least puting linux on the DNS but with people being so rude
> > in the Linux community I don't know.
>
> --
> One OS to rule them all, |"Wasting somebodies time strikes
> One OS to find them, | me as the height of rudeness" -B.G.
> One OS to bring them all, | I'll remember that whenever I see
> And in the darkness bind them.| someone rebooting windows . . .
>
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