[FFmpeg-devel] [RFC][ALT PATCHES] Code of Conduct Enforcement
derek.buitenhuis at gmail.com
Mon May 14 21:23:57 EEST 2018
On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 7:10 PM, Rostislav Pehlivanov
<atomnuker at gmail.com> wrote:
> That's a greeting, a welcoming back. You know, you're with friends, you get
> some money together, one of you goes to the store to grab a few beers, he
> comes back, "Ah, and you're back, and you bought enough beers, great.". It
> would be an attack if someone said "Ah, and you're back, and I see you
> bought the worst flavored water they sold there and kept the change.". You
> don't walk out with the beers as soon as you hear "Ah, and you're back"
> because that someone attacked your personal choice last time you went to
> the store and this time you made some effort to find something else for
... What? This is either the most naive interpretation of events I have ever
read, or it's disingenuous. iive has never been anything even approaching
friendly to me, ever. It also ignores context entirely.
>> That should put to rest an notion it was a friendly "welcome back".
> Sorry, still not seeing it as an attack. When you left, sure, but not when
> you returned.
We can agree to disagree. There's not much point in arguing
over one specific event. This mail was not about clearing up
a specific event, but a general problem. There's not much point
in devolving into that.
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