mcc99, while I'm enjoying this discussion, that came across as rude and
really a bit uncalled for. Austin was only trying to help you.
On 10 Jan 2015 01:01, "mcc99" <mcc99(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
Well "Austin Hair",
You display a profound lack of understanding of ME, it seems. I am polite
until others are rude, become threatening, even a thinly veiled way, so
allow me to tell you first that I do not care a whit what YOU think of me
or my opinion on this or any other topic. And if others object to my
opinion on a topic, sensitive or not, they can make their case and it will
stand or not on its merits.
But if you think you or anyone else can intimidate me into staying quiet
when I see something fundamentally wrong happening, guess again.
Now to put it politely, at least to start with:
Go climb a tree.
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Date:01/08/2015 11:30 AM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: Wikimedia-l Digest, Vol 130, Issue 29
Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2015 17:01:08 +0100
From: Austin Hair <adhair(a)gmail.com>
To: Wikimedia Mailing List <wikimedia-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
Subject: Re: [Wikimedia-l] Why WMF should reconsider the 3-month
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On Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 4:30 PM, mcc99 <mcc99(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
But in future, I think I'll sign in more
often, esp. now that half the
WikiGods have my uid on an alert trigger now. :)
I think the question is only being asked because you're displaying a
profound lack of understanding of how Wikipedia and Wikimedia work,
not only in your recent proposal, but in commenting on this sensitive
You're entitled to your opinion, of course, and you've been polite in
expressing it—that goes a long way, at least with me. So please don't
think that it's a matter of demanding a certain number of WikiCred
points before the WikiGods will let you sit at the WikiGrownups table,
or anything like that. Just understand that this issue has a lot of
people on edge, and at this rate it won't be long before "politely
ignored" becomes less ignored and less polite.
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