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SubjectRe: [ATTEND] How to act on LKML
On 07/16/13 15:54, Jiri Kosina wrote:
> Plus there is a *LOT* of humor and sarcasm in all that. Which just
> contributes to working on linux kernel being fun. I'd absolutely like to
> keep that spirit.
> If you guys now start telling others what is allowed and what is forbidden
> to say, you are going to destroy this completely.

Totally agreed.

And if Jim Z. wants to impose some standards on Linus, good luck with that.

> I don't want to be a part of a community where you have to read a legal
> code before you can speak without fear of being accused of verbal
> violence.
> This just doesn't fit into how people of my culture see the world; hence,
> I may even feel offended by Sarah's proposal (i.e. being very restrictive
> about what I am allowed to say), actually. I like openness, I like
> sarcasm, I like fun. Anyone who is trying to forbid this just doesn't fit
> into my culture.
> So what? He/they believe they achieves their goal through that mode of
> operation (and very often they indeed do), as so do we, through different
> means of communication.
> No need to change anything anywhere. Please let everyone express their
> feelings the way the believe it's best for achieving their goals, and do
> the same.

Ack. Thanks for expressing that.


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