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On 06/19/10 11:37, Brian Harring wrote:
> and you do not go into someone's home and tell them
> what they can/cannot say.
right. #gentoo-infra is not anybody's home though: it's an infra-matter
channel of Gentoo.
If you like to view it as anybody's home it's home of Gentoo and
therefore my home, too.
> If you cannot understand this simple fact, then you're going to have
> many, many ackward social interactions with the rest of humanity.
> Why? Because you're going around telling other people how *you* want
> them to act, instead of what is *communally* agreed to.
It seems we're just about finding out what is commonly agreed to.
You are absolutely right: if that tone we had in #gentoo-infra yesterday
is more agreed to in Gentoo than a friendly, non-sexist interaction I
might be wrong around here and asking for changes is pointless, correct.