the RFC because he didn't feel like putting up with it. I "rejected"
the RFC because it was clear it wasn't getting anywhere.
Well fair enough. But it can't have been Rick's fault if the RFC didn't
achieve the feedback you expected. That's why it's called a Request for
Comments--we put them out when we're stuck trying to resolve a problem by
ourselves and we think the matter would benefit from some fresh eyes
looking at it.
I know some people think of it as some kind of disciplinary thing, and if
you expected that then you would have been disappointed because it really
isn't like that at all.