[arch-general] How to disable systemd-tmpfiles-clean.timer
mark at markelee.com
Fri May 9 02:02:06 EDT 2014
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On 05/09/2014 01:41 AM, Daniel Micay wrote:
> On 09/05/14 01:29 AM, Mark Lee wrote:
>> To Daniel,
>> I'm pointing out that respect for people shouldn't affect technical
>> skepticism. People can rant against whomever they want as long as it has
>> technical criticism (at least on this mailing list).
> Accusing the developers of bad faith and spreading misinformation about
> the project is not technical skepticism. I'll quote one of my earlier
>> Bashing an open-source project and spreading FUD about it is always an
>> attack on the open-source community, whether it's GNOME, systemd, KDE,
>> PHP, or something else. It's one thing to take a rational look at a
>> project and criticize it, and quite another to promote content
>> accusing the developers of having bad faith without *any* evidence.
>> Hence, don't make anything personal.
> You're implying that I've made it personal, but I don't think I've done
> any such thing. What have I said that you think is venturing into the
> land of a personal attack?
Regarding, your "personal attack". I inferred a personal attack when you
claimed that the Arch developers were also SystemD developers and were
well respected. It seemed to me like you were peer pressuring the fellow
into withdrawing the issue by belittling his credentials in comparison
to a community and powerful developers. This looked like a David vs.
Goliath situation to me; we shouldn't ever be forcing Archers with
questions in this situation. The opinion of a user should be just as
valuable as the opinion of a developer.
There are right ways to handle things and wrong ways. The Archer had a
technical issue and an opinion. Solving the technical issue is more
important. We can usually just ignore the opinion. This may seem
hypocritical that I'm typing this (since this doesn't solve the issue
for the Archer), so it'll be the last response I make regarding a
person's opinionated response (at least on this thread).
With that in mind, I hope the issue's solved for the Archer.
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