On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 10:36:51AM +0200, Didier 'OdyX' Raboud wrote:
> Le mardi, 24 juillet 2012 09.03:30, Philipp Kern a écrit :
> > On Mon, Jul 23, 2012 at 10:31:43PM -0400, Filipus Klutiero wrote:
> > > Please try using complete sentences. While you're at it,
> > > constructive messages would be more productive than name-calling.
> > If you think that your messages are constructive, well, you're wrong.
> > You're repeating the same arguments over and over again, despite not being
> > a Debian Developer (yes, this time with two captial letters) and being
> > told to stop.
> FWIW, although I agree with the uselessness of repeating arguments over and
> over, we should still be very careful about the use of the "You are no Debian
> Developer so you can't speak" argument: we have seen both useless and noisy
> contributions from DDs and useful and constructive contributions from non-DDs.
Sure. I was refering to Steve's point about d-d-a being a list primarily
targetted at DDs and a must-subscribe for DDs. I just don't feel that some non-DD
can stand up and continue to demand changes that vocally if he's only a
circumstantial part of the audience. Especially given the fact that there was
no support for this cause from the target audience of the list.
And then he claimed to be a Debian developer which is untrue given the
intended meaning DD.
Everybody can speak here as long as he contributes something useful.
> The DD status doesn't grant any right to behave as a troll; I tend to think it
> rather imposes the contrary.
Sure. I sort of realized that after sending my message that I should've said
that. Full ACK.
 The funny bit being that even the list page says "Debian developer" for
the people whose messages are accepted.
 Or funny, but that may be -curiosa material.