[CentOS] On-Boot Scripts

Alexander Dalloz ad+lists at uni-x.org
Sat Nov 14 13:33:41 UTC 2009


Victor Subervi schrieb:
> On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 8:46 AM, Scott Ehrlich <srehrlich at gmail.com> wrote:

[ ... ]

>> A great reason for a popular list like this is if a person doesn't
>> know what they are looking for, or they do but their searches are not
>> producing other options, the list can provide those other helpful
>> resources.   I've done this, too.   I either ask about what I know and
>> see what options people give that even searching wouldn't have
>> normally revealed, or openly ask what I don't fully know about and
>> that can also lead to good answers - even if google and other search
>> engines provide answers.   Sometimes search engines just don't produce
>> what someone is looking for - but people do, or can help.
>>
>> Finally, it can be helpful to have a human response from a list to
>> validate the usefulness of something found - is it good/legit, or
>> problematic (old, malicious, whatever).
>>
>> Just my experiences.   Human communication is still key (like this list).
>>


> Man, Scott, you've hit it on the head! Gotta be honest. My name isn't
> "Victor Subervi". I've changed names on these lists so many times just to
> escape all the *#*%)+_& people throw at me, and I'll be changing names again
> after this post. What you all gonna do about it? Grow up! Treat people as
> you would like to be treated. Bye!
> Victor whateverMyNameIsLOL

Victor (or whatever your real name is),

having found your list behaviour "marginal" so far, I really end up with
your last statement to qualify your attitude to be unsocial and not
fitting the norm the Open Source community has defined for itself.

We can't prevent you from acting as you do, but be sure you will be
quickly identified if you surface next time with a different name and
the same kind of disregard of good practices in using this communication
interface of the great CentOS community. I don't wish you bad but maybe
you have somer personality to reconsider the way you interact with
others to benefit in using time and efforts of other individuals.

Regards

Alexander



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