On Sat, Jun 19, 2010 at 8:28 PM, Denis Dupeyron <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 19, 2010 at 8:37 AM, Sebastian Pipping <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I was more or less told to fuck off if I don't like the tone.
> Please watch your language, this is a public mailing-list.
I think that now we've come full-circle, and rendered half the
original goals of this thread m00t.
And while I still have everyone's attention, I'd like to point out
that the tone of people on a small channel restricted to devs-only; a
place 90% of devs will never end up in, is not where I would start my
If the participants of this discussion really want to make Gentoo a
gentler and nicer place to be, I would suggest that they start with
places that will actually make a difference. For example, gentoo-dev
ML, gentoo-project (where this discussion should have taken place),
gentoo-user, #gentoo-dev, #gentoo-soc (where a lot of our recruits
come from), #gentoo, the forums, the planet, etc.
No, really, flaming #gentoo-infra on the gentoo-dev mailing list is
silly, useless *and* ironic (in this case).
And to everyone who is getting very angry right now, please refrain.
1. They might even want to read this blog post someone made in a tiny
corner of the internet: http://is.gd/cVrxM
Gentoo GNOME+Mozilla Team