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SubjectRe: [ 00/19] 3.10.1-stable review
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On Thu, 2013-07-18 at 09:07 -0700, Sarah Sharp wrote:

> The following statement is not respectful, because it targets the
> person:
>
> "Seriously, Maintainer. Why are you pushing this kind of *crap* code to
> me again? Why the hell did you mark it for stable when it's clearly
> not a bug fix? Did you even try to f*cking compile this?"

No it does not target the person at all. It targets what the person
*did*.

"Why are you *pushing* this ..."
"Why the hell *did* you mark it..."
"*Did* you even try to ..."

See, it's all about the fact that the person did something stupid, and
they are being called out on it. It is not any more of an attack on the
person as the one attacking the code.

But we can discuss this in more detail at KS.

-- Steve




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