Re: [dev] Re: Talk about suckless

From: koneu <>
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 14:29:27 +0200

There's a difference between "healthy tempered" and "offensive".
Temper is a good thing. But mailing lists are the wrong place for being offensive. And you are being offensive. There is also a thing called manners, and you don't have any.
Your link to Linus' temper outbreak doesn't back your argument either. He usually has a reason. Unlike you. I actually love reading Linus' outbreaks (can learn quite alot from them), but I hate yours.
And just because the genius of the last century can't hold his temper about an argument he is definitely right at, doesn't mean some FRIGN can run around and behave like him whenever he feels he should be right about something.

On Oct 10, 2013, at 12:08 PM, FRIGN <> wrote:

> On Thu, 10 Oct 2013 13:57:03 +0200
> Silvan Jegen <> wrote:
>>> Yeah, Christoph likes to do that sometimes. I think the blatantly
>>> over-the-top-ness of it is designed to show that he isn't really
>>> serious. Though one can never quite be sure with Christoph...
>>> It all adds colour to the list. Admittedly it might also put people
>>> off participating, but I don't think Christoph would appreciate
>>> being asked to change his ways to make the list more approachable.
>> Maybe he tries to mimic Mr. Torvalds?
>> I kid, I kid... :P
> It's his temper alright - in the mailing list. How long have you been a
> follower? And you *still* haven't learnt the first rule of mailing lists?
> If a person's behaviour results in adding colour to the list, it's due to the person's behaviour. We never EVER blame the person for mimicing somebody else. How hard can this be to understand?
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> FRIGN <>
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