[Seaside] Four proposals to improve Seaside
Ching de la Serna
ching.dls at gmail.com
Tue Apr 21 22:03:02 UTC 2009
Count me in. It was toxic from the start and I see no redeeming value in
continuing to read about something which appears to me as a ploy to get
visitors to his blog.
On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 2:44 AM, Randal L. Schwartz
<merlyn at stonehenge.com>wrote:
> >>>>> "Marco" == Marco Leberfing <seaside at exoos.de> writes:
> Marco> Who else did it? Maybe everybody who setup such a filter could send
> a short
> Marco> email? And everybody who didn´t!
> Marco> And the funny guys could just send a smilie or something or a
> comical word...
> Marco> ...how about a filter to get rid off these disgusting spam?
> Marco> Go and get yourself an instant messanger or something else.
> Are you complaining that people are publicly announcing that they are now
> filtering someone who has been disruptive?
> If so, you're going against longstanding Internet tradition (since before
> was called the internet). A public shunning ("plonk!") is nearly always a
> sign that someone of respect in a community has finally "had enough" of
> someone who doesn't "play well with others", and is a call-to-action for
> others to join the same shunning.
> In some places I've been, your complaint about this well-established
> might itself have earned you a similar plonking. However, I'm willing to
> accept your reaction as merely being uninformed. You are now informed. :)
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