On Thu, Apr 11, 2019 at 1:48 PM M. W. Moe email@example.com> wrote:
> @Benjamin Morel
> you must certainly have basic comprehension troubles; read me back; it is
> public; keep for yourself your
> emotional false projections to myself and infantile behaviors to yourself;
> I would never dare simply by following
> the basic rules of education; maybe english grammar should introduce a
> point of `ironism`; would help or not.
> You have a good day; thank you.
I am ALL for academic discourse and constructive criticism. This value
system has gotten many folks far in life and produces a better
product, which I know we all want. However, firstname.lastname@example.org's
behaviour on this list is not the type of academic discourse or
constructive criticism that inspires individuals to contribute and
share their knowledge, in my opinion.
email@example.com: could you please temper your language to consider
that a human is on the receiving end of your comments. Could you keep
your comments within the realm of the RFC discussion-at-hand and away
from personal or hyperbolic illustrative language? This RFC is really
straight-forward and really, really well documented, prepared and
presented. I perceive your hyperbole as a disrespect to the time of
contributors to the project and to this thread. Please, temper your
I hesitate to single you out (as there are other non-ideal behaviours;
certainly on this list, but particularly in this thread), but in my
opinion, you are the individual with the power to bring us back to a
Dustin Wheeler | Software Developer
NC State University
"If you don't know where you're going, it's easy to iteratively not get there."