On being welcoming
tg at gmplib.org
Fri Dec 18 19:04:39 UTC 2015
[To gmp-discuss readers: This started at gmp-bugs, first as a couple of
reports about assumed GMP bugs, then with the subject used here.]
ludo at gnu.org (Ludovic Courtès) writes:
I think it is crucially important that you as a community recognize that
this behavior is not acceptable. There’s nothing personal in doing
that; it’s the behavior that we should condemn, not the person.
Let's not exaggerate; sending sloppy bug reports might be considered as
disrespectful, but I wouldn't go so far as calling "this behavior"
"unacceptable". We're making a mistake if we assume malice when we read
something we do not like.
Mike Mohr <akihana at gmail.com> writes:
I have seen many examples of this type of conduct from him, both
towards myself as well as others. I am a software engineer who
works in Silicon Valley, and I cannot imagine working with someone
who is frequently abrasive and disparaging. Such an individual
would not last very long on my team.
We're all humans and I shall not exaggerate my critisism of sloppy bug
reports, and I shall not sink to making an ad hominem response.
[I'm going back to doing productive work now. I will not respond further
to this thread, but I respect that others might want to continue, and I
will read the contributions. Please use gmp-discuss, the gmp-bugs list
is for bug reports.]
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