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dan at civicactions.com
Sat Feb 25 00:47:37 UTC 2006
So someone just pointed out to me that they didn't know what "hear hear"
meant and that my email could have been interpreted as being sarcastic
to Ber etc. So just to clarify - I completely agree with Ber - we
should tone down the negative and accentuate the positive. Life is too
short and if we can't get along it doesn't help Drupal much.
Would anyone like a beer? I know I would :)
> here here - Let's be nicer - life is too short.
>> Op vrijdag 24 februari 2006 22:14, schreef Darrel O'Pry:
>>> NEWS FLASH: Rebellious Drupal Developers Run Amok.
>>> 02-29-2008: Peter Janis
>>> Today Drupal developers began rapidly evolving the core of drupal in an
>>> attempt to undermine the business plans of nagging consultants.
>>> <read more>
>> I really hope you (the reader, not Darrel, per-sé) did read my reply To Moshe.
>> In wich I tried to explain my intentions of the mail.
>> I respect everyones opinions and ideas, and I like what I read from Darrel
>> O'Pry a lot. Ihad a laugh about this message too :)
>> But I dislike the tone that I see all over the place (several MLs). I cannot
>> remember myself being very subtle, but still, I am getting concerned about
>> the lack of respect I see recently.
>> Is that because we no longer know (meet) eachother in person? Is that because
>> we are talking to people that are so remote to us that we thing "nah, I can
>> insult Him/her, because I need not bother about a busyness relation, or a
>> patch review"? I don't know.
>> But I do know that the athmosphere is turning from positive critique and
>> healthy anti-feelings into bash-persons-in-person.
>> It annoys me, personally, that I have to watch every single word I type. In
>> fact, It is starting to annoy me so much, that I am considering to
>> unsubscribe from all isseus and MLS for a while.
>> People, lets be friendly. Not in a hug-flower-guitar-song-way, but just
>> respect ones different views AND ones different ways of communication.
>> And let us try to refrain from nasty replys whenever possible.
>> Better no reply then a nasty reply.
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