On Mon, 04 Mar 2019 00:44:59, Stanislav Malyshev wrote:> Please avoid such language on the list. This is not Twitter and not any > other forum where such things are welcome. If you can't keep yourself > within the bounds of civilized discussion, you probably should consider > using some other forum or delay your responses until you are > sufficiently in control to avoid such behavior. The correct behavior > from now on would be to a) apologize and b) never use such language on > the list again.No, wrong. This is Twitter. I made a reasonable proposal with possible solutions, examples and references: https://marc.info?m=155155677129898 and what did i get? 4 joke/rude replies, some from PHP developers: - https://marc.info?m=155158424003446 - https://marc.info?m=155158846204229 - https://marc.info?m=155159579405704 - https://marc.info?m=155165880221224 and then i get this private email, which i think holds quite well for my point:> It is uselses to discuss anything with PHP core devs. They live in their own > little world that has no reality in real language development. Above argument > will be ignored, because they know it's a valid argument. They only react to > statements that have a slight error (or they think they have a point) to take > you or your statement apart. > > Why do you think there are other, more recent (and even older), languages > which are way more consistent and thought out? > > They also have the tendency to react hostile to any argument that does not > match their ideas. This is one of the reasons why I don't contribute to PHP, > even though I would have liked to code internals and php-fpm.i was considering writing an RFC per this message: https://marc.info?m=155162451812440 but after the rude and joke responses i wont waste my time. you dont want people treating this like twitter, then maybe look at your own people first.
Hi!> No, wrong. This is Twitter. > > I made a reasonable proposal with possible solutions, examples and > references:It does not matter what you did before. It's not a "who spit on whom first" discussion in a kindergarten. It's "you don't use this kind of language here, period" discussion on this list. If you can't abide by that, please use some other list. That's it. Thanks, -- Stas Malyshev email@example.com