Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto posted on Sat, 19 Jun 2010 03:20:08 +0000 as
> you're confusing talk and jokes between developers on a particular
> private room with tone between members of the global community in public
It's possible that's the case. However, it's also the case that with such
content, whatever consent there may have been between present parties
previously, as soon as one person present asks that it stop and it does
not, it's sexual harassment. Evidently, one person present, regular or
not, asked that it stop, and it didn't, ergo...
Regardless of whether it was acceptable before that, it certainly was not,
That's not the sort of situation, private or not, that I'd be proud to say
I was a part of, or would like to try to explain to my kid, my parent, or
my girlfriend/wife, particularly after one party present evidently asked
that it stop, and it didn't. It does not make me proud to say I run
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