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Re: Religion in the Ubuntu namespace


I agree. I myself am always willing to listen, learn, share and discuss
religion. This just is not the place for it. It is a place to talk about
unity unity and Ubuntu.

Thanking you all for raising the Issue.

Sunil RAna

On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 2:17 PM, Jo-Erlend Schinstad <
joerlend.schinstad@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Den 11. mai 2012 09:36, skrev Gabriel Pettier:
> >
> > I'm with you, I think exactly the same. Except it was a bit naive from
> > you to think you could make an old and extremely religious person let
> > off her believes, especially because of rational discussions, it just
> > can't work. Anyway I don't think you have to leave, I didn't see you
> > do any wrong to anyone here, neither attacking anyone for their
> > believes. The religious ones just have to understand this is not the
> > place to do proselytism.
> >
> Well, the only thing I'm asking for, is a calm place to work. Religion
> is something I can easily discuss for  hundreds of hours. But I need to
> pick the time and place. And this is not it. Here, it's all about Ubuntu
> for me.
> Jo-Erlend Schinstad
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