On Tue, 26 Apr 2011 21:51:08 +0800
David Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hi Nino, :-)
I have not read your entire post above, but frankly I consider this kind of
discussion unsuitable, off-topic, misrepresenting the facts and personally
unpleasant. I had thought that the "atmosphere" on the website had calmed
down in comparison to the beginning of the year but it seems that the
lessons have not been learned.
To be honest, I find the attitude, that you're showing towards the other volunteers is very
arrogant and self centered.
You don't bother to read responses from other participants but you expect *us* to read *your*
posts? Why should we do this if you don't give us this little respect yourself?
I agree with you, that it seems, that the lessons have not been learned. But who missed them? I? Or
maybe you? Or maybe someone else? You're not my superior on this list so you can't order me to do
MC, SC, could we perhaps hear your thoughts about this?
Why should those people reply when you don't bother to read other mails on this list?
In my opinion, Nino did a good job in describing how he came to his point of view. It was very
neutral and well worded. If I had done this, my mail would have been much harsher, so I admire Nino
and applaud him for his well balanced mail. In my opinion, you have been very rude.
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