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Re: On the Code of Conduct
On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 12:00 AM, Ethan Heilman
> From my perspective Luke's comments are one of the clearest examples of
> concern trolling
i had to look up "troll", and would you agree that this is a
reasonable definition? " One who posts a deliberately provocative
message to a newsgroup or message board with the intention of causing
maximum disruption and argument."
so, where is the *deliberate* intent? are you able to read my mind?
have you *asked* me what my intent is?
> I've yet seen on the internet.
was there a question here?
btw i am endeavouring to follow some strict ethical guidelines on
interaction, provide constructive feedback (again, part of following
ethical guidelnes), and also remain polite (which, perhaps
surprisingly, is not actually part of ethical guidelines, but is
present in other guides on group interaction that i've read).
>>a systemic law of organisations that all contributions from all
>> contributors be valued
> As anyone who has cooked a meal will agree not all contributions are
would you agree that there is a difference between "valued" and "welcome"?
> Arsenic does not improve a soup
would you agree that it is valuable to find that, on putting arsenic
into a meal and it is discovered to be poisonous, that that is
*incredibly* important new information?
> and toxic derailing comments rarely
> benefit a software project.
so would you consider sarcasm to be toxic?