[CentOS-virt] Useless use of AllowOverride

Wed Apr 14 16:05:40 UTC 2010
Luke Carrier <luke.carrier at xinos.org>

And you really think treating people like *that* is going to get anyone to
take you or the projects you contribute to seriously? Really? This would be
funny if it weren't for the fact it's such a shame that people like you
manage to give the projects you contribute to a bad name. I'm not going to
entertain you with entirely unrelated digs (I'll leave that to the experts),
but I don't really see how someone asking a question in the wrong place
gives you the right to have a stab at them.

Act your age, not your shoe size.


-----Original Message-----
From: centos-virt-bounces at centos.org [mailto:centos-virt-bounces at centos.org]
On Behalf Of Christopher G. Stach II
Sent: 14 April 2010 16:10
To: Discussion about the virtualization on CentOS
Subject: Re: [CentOS-virt] Useless use of AllowOverride

----- "Luke Carrier" <luke.carrier at xinos.org> wrote:

> So what, it's 2010? People still have to start somewhere, and being rude
> unwelcoming is not the right way to go about things. Please keep your rude
> comments to yourself, or don't subscribe to mailing lists where people are
> inevitably going to make mistakes?

Aww, you're so sweet. Maybe there are some girls on the list you can impress
with your unbounded kindness. Who says it's not the right way? Since we're
going to start fielding off topic questions to waste everyone's time on a
focused list, can you tell me why my foot hurts? I mean, I was just using it
normally, like a foot. But now it hurts. Could it be cancer? Fungus? Maybe
we can turn CentOS into a foot pain site and extend off topic threads
instead of just letting them die after short and quick re-educations that
anyone subscribing to a mailing list should be aware of by now.

Maybe if all of you tarts who are in such an uproar about this used your
time to contribute anything substantial, or anything at all (Luke, Nenad,
John), you would have something. Since all of you are just consumers and
none of you actually participate in any way other than to complain that
someone was "rude", STFU. In the meantime, maybe you should join a Ruby dev
list with all of your happiness and smiles. Together, you can change the

Christopher G. Stach II
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